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THE BENSON LIBRARY OF HYMNOLOGY 

Endowed by the Reverend 

Louis Fitzgerald Benson, d.d. 

LIBRARY OF THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 
PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY 



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Copyright, 1898, by The Trustees of 
The Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work. 

One Hundred and Eightieth Thousand. 



This Hymnal has been compiled by a Committee of The Presbyterian 
Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work, consisting of: — 

The Hon. Robert N. Willson, Chairman. 
The Rev. Elijah R. Craven, D. D., LL.D. 
Franklin L. Sheppard, Esq. 
The Rev. Louis F. Benson, D. D. 



The Rev. Louis F. Benson, D. D., Editor. 



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in 2012 with funding from 

Princeton Theological Seminary Library 



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PREFACE 



THIS book is the second in a series of three hymnals intended to 
cover the needs of the Church through the whole range of its 
public worship. The first, The Hymnal, was prepared as a complete manual 
of praise, covering especially the Sunday services, but including also every 
side of church worship and work ; the second, The Chapel Hymnal, is 
prepared for those who prefer a smaller book for use in prayer meetings, 
young people's societies, and other social services ; and the last of the series 
is to cover the services of the Sabbath- school. 

The Chapel Hymnal consists principally of those hymns in The Hymnal 
which are best adapted for use in devotional meetings and of such tunes 
as can be used to good advantage on such occasions ; and ordinarily the 
association of hymn and tune has been retained. In addition there have 
been included in this book some standard hymns and tunes reserved for 
this use when The Hymnal was prepared, together with some fresh selec- 
tions of a popular character and a number of the more desirable "Gospel 
Hymns." 

The pages of the book are so arranged as to provide a choice of tunes 
in the case of a large number of the hymns. 

It is the usage of many of our churches to sing the Amen at the close 
of each hymn, and the proper chords are provided for any who may wish 
to use them. 

In the choice of material for this book the Committee has had the 
advantage of the counsel and cooperation of the Rev. George M. Boynton, 
D. D., and M. C. Hazard, Ph. D., who have represented the Congregational 
Sunday-School and Publishing Society, to the end that the book may be 
adapted for introduction and use in the churches of both denominations. 



preface 

The Committee would acknowledge the favor of those who freely- 
granted the use of copyright hymns and tunes ; especially of Messrs. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., for the hymns of Dr. Holmes and Mr. Whittier; 
the Rev. Robert Lowry, D. D., for No. 255 ; and Messrs. E. P. Dutton 
& Co. and Mr. Lewis H. Redner, for No. 76. 

April 20, 1898. 



NOTE 

As far as possible the hymns are printed as their authors wrote them. When 
any changes have been adopted, the fact has invariably been noted beneath 
the hymn. The dates set to the tunes are the dates of first publication. The 
dates set to the hymns are the earliest dates obtainable, ordinarily that of their 
composition, in some cases necessarily that of their first publication. Where two 
dates are given, they indicate that of the original form of the hymn and that 
of the author's revised text used in this book. The abbreviation " publ." in- 
dicates that the date of writing is unknown, and that the date of publication 
is posthumous. The letter c. [circa) before a date is used where exact certainty 
is unobtainable. Where dates, either of hymns or tunes, are altogether wanting, 
the dates of the author's or composer's birth and death are given in brackets, 
e.g. ( 1816—1893), or where living, that of his birth only, e.g. (1838- ), or the 
date of death when that alone is known, e.g. ( -1850). 



CONTENTS 



Page 

Preface v 

Index of First Lines ix 

Alphabetical Index of Tunes .... xii 

Metrical Index of Tunes xiv 



Page 
The Lord's Prayer ....... . xvii 

The Commandments xvii 

The Apostles' Creed xvii 



ftjje Pamirs 



I. TIMES OF WORSHIP 



Hymns 

Morning. 1-3 

Evening 4-16 

The Lord's Day 17-21 



At the Opening of Service 
At the Close of Service . 



Hymns 

22-28 

29-32 



II. THE FATHER, THE SON, AND THE HOLY GHOST 



The Holy Trinity 33~34 



God the Father Almighty 
His Majesty and Fatherhood . 



35-55 



Jesus Christ our Lord 

Praise to Christ Exalted 56-68 

The Advent 69-70 

The Nativity 71-77 

The Epiphany 78 



The Life, Ministry, and Example . 
The Passion and Crucifixion . . . 

The Resurrection 

The Ascension 

The Second Coming and Judg- 
ment 

The Holy Ghost 

Invocation and Praise 

Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures . 



79-88 

89-98 

99-104 

105 

[ 06-1 10 



111-121 

122-127 



III. THE CHURCH 



The Church 128-132 

Baptism I33~ I 34 

Confession of Faith 135-138 

The Lord's Supper 139-143 



The Ministry 144 

Consecration and Service . . . 145-171 

Charities and Missions .... 172-192 

The Communion of Saints . . . 193-200 



Contents 



IV. HYMNS OF SALVATION 

Hymns 

The Grace of God in Christ . 201-205 

Invitation 206-221 

Acceptance 

Repentance and Confession of Sin . 222-230 



Faith in Christ 231-241 

Conflict with Sin 242-257 



Hymns 

Trust 258-285 

Love, and Communion with 

Christ 286-314 

Prayer 3 I 5~327 

Aspiration 328-341 



Death 



V. THE LIFE EVERLASTING 
342-346 J The Life Everlasting 



347-358 



VI. OCCASIONAL HYMNS 



The Opening and Closing of the 

Year 359~3 61 

Harvest and Thanksgiving. . . 362-364 

Anniversary 365 



National .... 
Temperance . . . 
Farewell Service 



366-368 
3 6 9 
370 



DOXOLOGIES 
INDEX OF SUBJECTS 



$ntrex of jFirst nines 



Hymn 

A charge to keep I have 251 

Abide with me : fast falls the eventide . 9 

According to Thy gracious word .... 139 

Alas ! and did my Saviour bleed .... 98 

All hail the power of Jesus' Name ... 57 

All praise to Thee, Eternal Lord .... 72 

All praise to Thee, my God, this night . 6 

Am I a soldier of the cross 247 

And is the time approaching 184 

Angel voices, ever singing 55 

Another six days' work is done 19 

Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat . . . 244 

Art thou weary, art thou languid . . . . 215 

As the sun doth daily rise 2 

As with gladness men of old 78 

Asleep in Jesus ! blessed sleep 343 

Awake, and sing the song 65 

Awake, my soul, and with the sun . . . I 

Awake, my soul, in joyful lays 31 1 

Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve . . 242 

Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme . 44 

Behold, a Stranger's at the door .... 209 

Behold, the Master passeth by 88 

Behold the throne of grace 3 l & 

Beneath the cross of Jesus 97 

Beyond the stany skies 103 

Blessed are the sons of God 196 

Blessed Saviour, Thee I love 308 

Blest be the tie that binds 195 

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 176 

Break Thou the bread of life 125 

Breast the wave, Christian 252 

By cool Siloam's shady rill 133 

Call them in ! the poor, the wretched . . 179 

Cast thy burden on the Lord 282 

Children of the heavenly King 194 

Christ, above all glory seated 68 

Christ for the world we sing 172 

Christ, of all my hopes the Ground . . . 313 

Christ the Lord is risen again 99 

Christ the Lord is risen to-day 100 

Christian, seek not yet repose 246 

Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell . 1 14 

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove . . 1 12 

Come, Holy Spirit, come 1 1 1 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove ... 120 

Come, let us join our cheerful songs ... 58 

Come, let us join our friends above . . . 197 

Come, Lord, and tarry not no 

Come, my soul, thy suit prepare .... 320 

Come, said Jesus' sacred voice 215 



Hymn 

Come, sound His praise abroad .... 48 

Come, Thou Almighty King 26 

Come, Thou Fount of every blessing . . 314 

Come, Thou long-expected Jesus .... 69 

Come to the Saviour now 212 

Come, we that love the Lord 50 

Come, ye disconsolate, where'erye languish 219 

Come, ye thankful people, come .... 363 

Crown Him with many crowns 56 

Daily, daily sing the praises 358 

Day by day the manna fell 283 

Day is dying in the west II 

Days and moments quickly flying .... 360 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind . . . 334 

Dear Lord and Master mine 15 1 

Depth of mercy ! can there be 226 

Did Christ o'er sinners weep 79 

Far from my heavenly home 335 

Father, again in Jesus' Name we meet . . 28 

Father, hear Thy children's call .... 227 

Father of all, from land and sea .... 193 

Father of Love, our Guide and Friend . 263 

Father, whate'er of earthly bliss .... 2S5 

Fight the good fight with all thy might . 248 

Fling out the banner ! let it float .... 183 

For all the saints who from their labors rest 200 

Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I go ... 340 

From all that dwell below the skies ... 49 

From every stormy wind that blows . . . 317 

From Greenland's icy mountains .... 185 

Gently, Lord, O gently lead us ... . 254 

Give me the wings of faith to rise ... 198 

Glorious things of thee are spoken . . . 131 
Glory to Thee, my God, this night 

See All praise to Thee, my God . . 6 

Go, labor on : spend, and be spent . . . 159 

Go to dark Gethsemane 91 

God be with you till we meet again ... 370 

God bless our native land 366 

God calling yet ! shall I not hear .... 208 

God is Love ; His mercy brightens ... 52 

God is the Refuge of His saints .... 279 

God moves in a mysterious way .... 35 

God of mercy, God of grace 39 

Golden harps are sounding 105 

Grace ! 'tis a charming sound 204 

Gracious Spirit, Dove Divine 116 

Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost 119 

Great God, we sing that mighty hand . .361 

Guide me, O Thou Great Jehovah .... 270 



Hvtotx nf jftrst %xnt% 



Hymn 

Hail to the Lord's Anointed 181 

Hark ! hark ! my soul, angelic songs are . 356 

Hark! my soul, it is the Lord 216 

Hark ! ten thousand harps and voices . . 
Hark, the glad sound ! the Saviour comes 
Hark ! the herald angels sing . . 
Hark ! the voice of Jesus crying . 
Hark ! the voice of love and mercy 
Hark ! what mean those holy voices 
He leadeth me : O blessed thought 
He that goeth forth with weeping . 
High in the heavens, Eternal God 
Holy Father, hear my cry .... 
Holy, Holy, Hoiy, Lord God Almigl 
Holy Spirit, faithful Guide . . . 
Holy Spirit, Truth Divine .... 
How beauteous are their feet . .. 
How firm a foundation, ye saints of 
How gentle God's commands . . 
How precious is the book Divine . 
How shall I follow Him I serve . 
How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds . 



hty 



the . 



64 
70 

74 

148 

94 

77 

267 

156 

38 

225 

33 
113 
115 

144 
271 
280 
122 

87 
289 



I AM coming to the cross 240 

I am Thine, O Lord, I have heard Thy . 305 

I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus .... 260 

I do not ask, O Lord, that life may be . . 277 
I gave my life for thee 

See Thy life was given for me . . . 201 

I hear Thy welcome voice 238 

I heard the voice of Jesus say 235 

I know no life divided 292 

I lay my sins on Jesus 237 

I love Thy kingdom, Lord 129 

I love to steal awhile away 4 

I love to tell the story 218 

I need Thee every hour 255 

I say to all men, far and near 101 

I was a wandering sheep 230 

I would not live alway 345 

If Christ is mine, then all is mine .... 304 

I'm but a stranger here 347 

I'm not ashamed to own my Lord ... 138 

Immortal Love, for ever full 286 

In all things like Thy brethren, Thou 

See Lord, Thou in all things like wast 81 

In heavenly love abiding 269 

In the cross of Christ I glory 93 

In the hour of trial 256 

It came upon the midnight clear .... 75 

It is not death to die 344 

I've found a Friend; O such a Friend . 296 

Jerusalem, my happy home 351 

Jerusalem the golden 350 

Jesus, and shall it ever be 135 

Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult 154 

Jesus, I love thy charming Name .... 290 



Jesus, I my cross have taken . 
Jesus, Lover of my soul . . . 
Jesus, Master, whose I am . . 
Jesus, merciful and mild . . 
Jesus, my Saviour, look on me 
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me . . . 
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun 
Jesus, the very thought of Thee . 
Jesus, these eyes have never seen . 
Jesus, Thou art the sinners Friend 
Jesus, Thou Joy of loving hearts . 
Jesus, Thy Name I love .... 
Jesus, where'er Thy people meet . 
Jesus, with Thy Church abide . . 
Joy to the world ! the Lord is come 
Just as I am, without one plea . , 



Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling 
Lead on, O King Eternal .... 
Let children hear the mighty deeds 
Let us with a gladsome mind . . 
Lift up, lift up your voices now . . 
Light of the lonely pilgrim's heart 
Light of those whose dreary dwelling 
Lo ! on a narrow neck of land 

See O God, mine inmost soul convert 
Look from the sphere of endless day 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross we flee . 
Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing . 
Lord, I believe ; Thy power I own . 
Lord, I hear of showers of blessing . 
Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear 
Lord, lead the way the Saviour went 
Lord of all being, throned afar . . . 
Lord, speak to me, that I may speak 
Lord, Thou hast searched and seen me 
Lord, Thou in all things like wast made 
Lord, Thy word abideth . . . 
Lord, to Thee alone we turn . . 
Lord, we come before Thee now 
Lord, when we bend before Thy throne 
Love Divine, all loves excelling 



Majestic sweetness sits enthroned 
More love to Thee, O Christ . . . 
Much in danger, oft in woe 

See Oft in danger .... 
Must Jesus bear the cross alone 
My country, 'tis of thee .... 
My days are gliding swiftly by . 
My dear Redeemer and my Lord 
My faith looks up to Thee . . . 
My God and Father, while I stray 
My God, and is Thy table spread 
My God, how endless is Thy love 
My God, is any hour so sweet . . 
My God, my Father, while I stray 

See My God and Father 258 



Intiex of jftrst iLtnes 



Hymn 

My God, permit me not to be 337 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 266 

My soul, be on thy guard 253 

My soul, repeat His praise 51 

My spirit on Thy care 301 

My times are in Thy hand 273 

Nearer, my God, to Thee 328 

No, no, it is not dying 346 

No, not despairingly 228 

Not all the blood of beasts 203 

Not worthy, Lord, to gather up the crumbs 140 
Now God be with us, for the night is closing 16 
Now I resolve with all my heart .... 136 
Now may He who from the dead .... 32 
Now the day is over 



O BROTHERS, lift your voices . . . 
O Christ, our true and only Light . 

O come, all ye faithful 

O could I find, from day to day . 
O could I speak the matchless worth 
O daughters blest of Galilee . . . 
O day of rest and gladness . . . 
O for a closer walk with God . . 
O for a faith that will not shrink . 
O for a heart to praise my God . . 
O for a thousand tongues to sing . 
O God, beneath Thy guiding hand 
O God, mine inmost soul convert . 
O God of Bethel, by whose hand . 
O God of mercy, God of might . 
O God, the Rock of Ages .... 
O God, we praise Thee, and confess 

O happy band of pilgrims 

O help us, Lord ; each hour of need 
O Holy Saviour, Friend unseen 
O Jesus, I have promised . . 
O Jesus, King most wonderful 
O Jesus, Thou art standing . 
O Lamb of God, still keep me 
O little town of Bethlehem . 
O Lord, Thy work revive 

See Revive thy work, O Lord . 
O Love Divine, that stooped to share 
O Love that wilt not let me go . . 
O Master, let me walk with Thee . . 
O mean may seem this house of clay 
O Mother dear, Jerusalem . . 
O Paradise, O Paradise . . . 
O praise our God to-day . . 
O sacred Head, now wounded 
O Saviour, precious Saviour . 
O Son of man, Thyself hast proved 

See Lord, Thou in all things . 
O still in accents sweet and strong 
O the bitter shame and sorrow . . 
O Thou, before whose presence . 



ISO 
192 

73 
339 

62 
180 

20 
330 
333 
332 

59 
367 
106 
265 
173 

47 

34 
165 

243 
302 
162 
288 
210 

293 
76 

153 

276 

312 

86 

83 

355 

349 

177 

89 

60 



170 
306 
309 



Hymn 

O Thou that bear'st when sinners cry . . 229 

O Thou, the contrite sinners' Friend . . 321 

O Thou, to whose all-searching sight . . 336 

O what, if we are Christ's 199 

O where are kings and empires now . . 132 

O where shall rest be found 352 

O Word of God Incarnate 123 

O'er the gloomy hills of darkness ... 186 

Oft in danger, oft in woe 155 

On our way rejoicing 166 

One sweetly solemn thought 342 

One there is, above all others 303 

Onward, Christian soldiers 164 

Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed . . 118 

Our God, our Help in ages past .... 36 

Pass me not, O gentle Saviour 327 

Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world . 300 

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven . . 364 

Praise the Lord : ye heavens adore Him . 53 

Praise to God, immortal praise 362 

Prayer is the soul's sincere desire .... 325 

Rejoice, all ye believers 109 

Revive Thy work, O Lord 153 

Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings . . 338 

Rock of Ages, cleft for me 239 

Safely through another week 17 

Salvation! O the joyful sound 213 

Saviour, again to Thy dear Name we raise 29 

Saviour, blessed Saviour 61 

Saviour, breathe an evening blessing . . 13 

Saviour, more than life to me 310 

Saviour, teach me, day by day 299 

Saviour, Thy dying love 169 

Saviour, when in dust to Thee 224 

Saviour, who Thy flock art feeding . . . 1 34 

Shepherd of souls, refresh and bless . . 1 41 

Since Jesus is my Friend 281 

So let our lips and lives express . . . . 161 

Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling . . . 2c6 

Softly now the light of day 7 

Soldiers of Christ, arise 145 

Soldiers of the cross, arise 175 

Sometimes a light surprises 268 

Songs of praise the angels sang .... 41 
Souls of men. why will ye scatter 

See Was there ever kindest shepherd 205 



Spirit Divine, attend our prayers 
Spirit of God, descend upon my heart 
Stand up, my soul ; shake off thy fears 
Stand up, stand up for Jesus . . . 
Still with Thee, O my God . . . 
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear 
Surrounded by unnumbered fees . 

Sweet hour of prayer 

Sweet is Thy mercy, Lord .... 



24 
117 
250 

149 
31 
5 
249 
316 
3*9 



SlpJjaiettcal Entiex of &unes 



Sweet the moments rich in blessing 



Hymn 

• 95 



Take me, O my Father, take me . . . . 231 

Take my life, and let it be 152 

Take up thy cross, the Saviour said . . . 207 

Tarry with me, O my Saviour 14 

Tell me the old, old story 220 

The Church's one Foundation 130 

The day is past and over 10 

The day of resurrection 104 

The heavens declare Thy glory, Lord . . 127 

The King of love my Shepherd is . . . 259 

The Lord my Shepherd is 272 

The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want . 264 

The morning light is breaking 182 

The sands of time are sinking 354 

The shadows of the evening hours ... 8 

The Son of God goes forth to war ... 167 

The spacious firmament on high .... 37 

The Spirit breathes upon the word ... 126 

There is a fountain filled with blood . . 202 

There is a green hill far away 96 

There is a land of pure delight .... 353 

There is a safe and secret place .... 278 

There is an eye that never sleeps .... 324 

There is an hour of peaceful rest .... 357 

Thine for ever ! God of love 137 

This is the day the Lord hath made . . 21 

This night, O Lord, we bless Thee ... 15 

Thou art my Hiding-place, O Lord . . . 275 

Thou art the Way : to Thee alone ... 85 

Thou didst leave Thy throne and Thy . . 232 

Through all the changing scenes of life . 42 

Through good report and evil, Lord . . 158 

Thy home is with the humble, Lord . . 121 



Thy life was given for me . . . . , 
Thy way, not mine, O Lord . . . , 
'Tis midnight; and on Olive's brow 
To-day Thy mercy calls me ... , 
To-morrow, Lord, is Thine . . . , 
To Thee, O dear, dear Saviour . . , 

To Thy temple I repair 

True-hearted, whole-hearted . . . 



Wait, my soul, upon the Lord . . 
Was there ever kindest shepherd . . 
Watchman, tell us of the night . . . 
We are living, we are dwelling . . 
We bless Thee for Thy peace, O God 
We give Thee but Thine own . . . 
Weary of earth, and laden with my sin 
Welcome, sweet day of rest . . . 
What a Friend we have in Jesus . 
What grace, O Lord, and beauty shone 
When all Thy mercies, O my God 
When cold our hearts, and far from Thee 
When I can read my title clear . . 
When I survey the wondrous cross . 
When morning gilds the skies . . . 
While Thee I seek, protecting Power 
While with ceaseless course the sun . 
With Thee, my Lord, my God 

See Still with Thee, O my God . 
Work, for the night is coming . . . 



Ye Christian heralds, go proclaim ... 187 
Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim 63 
Ye servants of the Lord 146 



Hymn 
20I 
261 
92 
211 
214 

295 
27 

157 

284 
205 
189 
I90 

341 

178 

223 

18 

315 

80 

43 
322 

33* 

90 

67 
262 

359 

3i 
171 



Yet there is room : the Lamb's bright hall 221 



£Up!)atottcal inirex nf ftunes 



Adeste Fideles . . 73, 271 

Ajalon 91 

Albert 303 

Alexandria 330 

All Saints New 167 

All Saints, see Wareham. 

Alma 219 

Almsgiving 193 

America 368 

Amsterdam 338 

Angel Choir 77 

Angel Voices 55 

Angel's Story 162 

Antioch 71 

Ariel 62 

Arlington 21, 85 

Aurelia 15, 130 

Austrian Hymn 131 

Autumn 254 



Avon, see Martyrdom. 

Azmon 213 

Balerma 264 

Beatitudo 262 

Beatrice 326 

Beethoven, see Germany. 

Belmont 243, 331 

Benevento 359 

Bentley 268 

Bera 336 

Bernard, see Belmont. 

Bethany 328 

Bethany, see Crucifer. 

Blairgowrie 211 

Blumenthal 224 

Boylston 195 

Bread of Life 125 

Brocklesbury .... 108, 134 
xii 



Brookfield 135 

Brown 197 

Bullinger 260 

Byefield 325 

Call Them In 179 

Canonbury . . 54, 72, 160, 340 

Cantus 221 

Carol 75 

Chester 275 

Christmas 242 

Clolata 208 

Colyton 166 

Come, Ye Disconsolate, see 
Alma. 

Constance 296 

Cooling 339 

Coronation 57 

Coventry 333 



alphabetical Entiex of ftunes 



Cowper 202 

Creation 37 

Crucifer 147, 205 

Cutler, see All Saints New. 

Daily, Daily 358 

Dalehurst 22, 330 

Dallas 27, 137 

Dedham 58 

Denfield, see Azmon. 

Dennis 31, 280 

Devotion 201 

Diademata 56 

Dix 39,78 

Dominus Regit Me . . . 259 

Dorrnance 95 

Dort 366 

Downs 42 

Dundee 34, 122 

Durham, see Innocents. 

Eagley 107 

Eckhardtshcim 304 

Edina 61 

Eliznbethtown 322 

Ellers 29 

Ellesdie 14S 

Elliott, see Almsgiving. 

Elmhurst 173, 321 

Erie 315 

Ernan 19 

Evan 138, 324 

Evangel 220 

Even Me 326 

Evening Hymn 6 

Evening Praise 11 

Evening Prayer 13 

Eventide 9 

Every Day 310 

Ewing . 350 

Faben 53 

Faith 286 

Faithful Guide 113 

Federal Street . . .84,114 

Ferguson 151 

Fiat Lux 172 

Flemming 302 

Forgiveness 217 

Frederick 345 

Geneva 43 

Gerhardt 89 

Germany 192, 361 

Gethsemane, see Ajalon. 

God Be with You .... 370 

Gorton 301 

Gottschalk, see Mercy. 

Gower's Litany 227 

Grace Church '. 188 

Green Hill 82, 278 

Greenland 109 

Greenwood .... 281,344 



Hamburg 90, 229 

Hanford 158, 257 

Harwell 64 

He Leadeth Me 267 

Heaven is My Home . . 347 

Heber 290 

Hebron 23 

Hendon 313 

Herbert 323 

Hennas 105 

Hermon 121 

Hodnet - 293 

Hollingside 234 

Holy Cross . . .101,288,351 

Holy Guide 261 

Holy Trinity 291 

Horsley 96 

Horton 320 

Hursley 5 

Hymn to Joy 231 

I AM Thine 305 

I Love to Tell the Story . 218 

Inasmuch 180 

Innocents 2 

Invitation 212 

Italian Hymn, see Trinity. 

Jacob's Chant .... 342 

Jesu, Magister Bone 292, 369 

fewett 266 

Just as I Am 236 

Kedron 228 

Kocher 165 

Laban 146, 251 

Lambeth 24, 241 

Lancashire 104, 150 

Langran 223 

Langton no 

Latter Day 190 

Laudes Domini 67 

Lebanon 230 

Leighton 65 

Lenox 176 

Lisbon 18 

Litany, Gower's .... 227 

Litany, Woodward's . . 283 

Longwood 28 

Louvan 45 

Love Divine 294 

Loving-Kindness .... 311 

Lowton 154 

Lucerne 52 

Lux Benigna 274 

Lux Vespera 119 

Lyons 63 

Lyte 335 

Maitland 168 

Manoah 44 

Margaret 232 

Mario w 247 

zaii 



Martyn 234 

Martyrdom 98, 244 

Materna 355 

Meditation 96 

Mendebras 20 

Mendelssohn 74 

Mendon 250 

Mercy 115, 282 

Meribah 106 

Messiah 307 

Messiah, see Christmas. 

Miriam 237 

Missionary Chant .... 187 

Missionary Hymn .... 185 

Monkland 40 

Monsell, see St. Andrew. 

Morecambe 117, 140 

Morning Hymn 1 

Mozart 248 

Munich 123 

Naomi 285 

Narenza 103 

Nearer to Thee 329 

Need 255 

Nettleton 314 

Newland 272 

Newton, see Sabbath. 

Nicaea 33 

Nightfall, see Now God Be 
with Us. 

Northrepps 198, 341 

Now God Be with Us . . 16 

Nuremberg 41, 362 

O Paradise, see Paradise. 
Old Hundredth . . 49, Dox. 1 

Oliphant 270 

Olivet 233 

Olmutz 203 

Onward 252 

Ortonville 126, 287 

Paradise 349 

Park Street 191 

Parting Hymn, see Ellers. 

Pass Me Not 327 

Patmos 152 

Pax Tecum 300 

Penitence 256 

Pilgrims 356 

Pilot 245 

Pleyel's Hymn 194 

Portugese Hymn, see 
Adeste Fideles. 

Quebec 142, 207 

Ramoth 222 

Rathbun 93 

Redhead No. 45 175 

Refuge 234 

Refuge, see Blumenthal. 

Regent Square 364 



Jfietrical Entex of Kurtz* 



Remsen 174 

Repose 12 

Rest 343 

Retreat 317 

Rhodes 79 

Rockingham New .... 136 

Rockingham Old .... 143 

Rosefield 196 

Rotterdam 20 

Rutherford 354 

Sabbath 17 

St. Agnes 120, 141 

St. Anatolius 10 

St. Andrew 319 

St. Anne 36, 132 

St. Bees 25, 216 

St. Christopher 97 

St. Cuthbert 118 

St. Cyprian 124 

St. Edith 210 

St. George 153 

St. George's, Windsor . . 363 

St. Gertrude 164 

St. Jude 306 

St. Leonard (Hiles) ... 8 

St. Leonard (Smart) ... 57 

St. Louis 76 

St. Margaret 312 

St. Marguerite 353 

St. Mark 170 

St. Martin's 365 

St. Paul's College .... 352 

St. Peter 289 

St. Saviour 70 

St. Sylvester .... 14, 360 



St. Thomas 50 

Sarum 200 

Savoy Chapel 295 

Sawley 297 

Saxby 86, 112 

Schubert 47, 184 

Schumann 178, 253 

Seven Words 128 

Seymour 7, 226 

Shining Shore 348 

Shirland 129 

Sicilian Mariners .... 30 

Siloam 80, 133 

Silver Street 48, 204 

Softly and Tenderly . . . 206 
Soldiers of Christ .... 145 

Solitude 32, 299 

Spanish Hymn 308 

Staincliffe 87 

State Street 318 

Stephanos 215 

Stobel 66 

Stockwell 156 

Stuttgart 68 

Submission 277 

Sweet Hour of Prayer . .316 

Tallis's Evening Hymn . 6 

Tennent 163 

Thatcher 144 

The Hymn to Joy .... 231 
The Old Hundredth 49, Dox. 1 

The Seven Words .... 128 

Toplady 239 

Trinity 26 

True-Hearted 157 



Trusting 240 

University College 100, 155 
Uxbridge 127 

Vespers 276 

Vigil 177, 214 

Vigilate 246 

Vox Dilecti 235 

Wakefield 346 

Waltham 183 

Ward 279 

Ware 38 

Wareham . . . . 102,161,367 

Warwick 3 

Watchman 189 

Wavertree 249 

Webb 149, 181 

Weber, see Seymour. 

Welcome Voice 238 

Whittier 334 

Wildersmouth 186 

Williams 159 

Winterton 169 

Wirtemburg 99 

Woodland 357 

Woodstock 4 

Woodward's Litany . . . 283 

Woodworth 236 

Woolwich 199 

Work-Song 171 

Zephyr 92, 209 

Zion 94 

Zoan 60 



iBetrical Untitx nf ©unes 



S. M. 

Boylston 193 

Dennis 31, 280 

Ferguson 151 

Gorton 301 

Greenwood 281,344 

Laban 146, 251 

Langton no 

Leighton 65 

Lisbon 18 

Lyte 335 

Narenza 103 

Newland 272 

Olmutz 203 

Rhodes 79 

St. Andrew 319 

St. George 153 

St. Paul's College .... 352 

St. Thomas 50 

Schumann 178, 253 

Shirland 129 



Silver Street 48, 204 

Soldiers of Christ .... 145 

State Street . 318 

Thatcher . . 144 

Vigil 177, 214 

Welcome Voice (with Re- 
frain) 238 

Woolwich 199 

S. M. D. 

Diademata 56 

Lebanon 230 

C. M. 

Alexandria 330 

Antioch 71 

Arlington 21, 85 

Azmon 213 

Balerma 264 

Beatitudo 262 

Belmont 243, 331 

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Brown 197 

Byefield 325 

Christmas 242 

Cooling 339 

Coronation 57 

Coventry 333 

Cowper 202 

Dalehurst 22, 330 

Dedham 58 

Downs 4 2 

Dundee 34, 122 

Eagley 107 

Eckhardtsheim 304 

Elizabethtown 322 

Evan 138, 3 2 4 

Faith 286 

Geneva 43 

Green Hill 82, 278 

Heber 290 

Hermon 121 

Holy Cross . . . 101,238,351 



JHetrical Into of Eunes 



Holy Trinity 291 

Horsley 96 

Lambeth 24, 241 

Maitland 168 

Manoah 44 

Marlow 247 

Martyrdom 98, 244 

Meditation 96 

Naomi 285 

Northrepps 198, 341 

Ortonville 126, 287 

Remsen 174 

St. Agnes 120, 141 

St. Anne 36, 132 

St. Leonard (Smart) ... 57 

St. Marguerite 353 

St. Mark 170 

St. Martin's 365 

St. Peter 289 

St. Saviour 70 

Sawley 297 

Siloam 8o, 133 

Warwick . 3 

Woodstock 4 

C. M. D. 

All Saints New 167 

Carol 75 

Chester 275 

Materna 355 

St. Leonard (Hiles) ... 8 

Vox Dilecti 235 

L. M. 

Bera 336 

Brookfield 135 

Canonbury . . 54, 72, 160, 340 

Clolata 208 

Creation 37 

Ernan 19 

Federal Street . . . . 84, 114 

Germany 192, 361 

Grace Church 188 

Hamburg 90, 229 

Hebron 23 

Hursley 5 

Loving-Kindness .... 311 

Louvan 45 

Mendon 250 

Missionary Chant .... 187 

Morning Hymn 1 

Mozart 248 

Old Hundredth . . 49, Dox. 1 

Park Street ■ . . 191 

Quebec 142, 207 

Rest 343 

Retreat 317 

Rockingham New .... 136 
Rockingham Old .... 143 

Saxby 86, 112 

Staincliffe 87 

Tallis's Evening Hymn . 6 

Uxbridge 127 

Vespers 276 



Waltham . .... 183 

Ward 279 

Ware 38 

Wareham . . . 102, 161, 367 

Wavertree 249 

Williams 159 

Woodworth 236 

Zephyr 92, 209 

L. M. D. 

He Leadeth Me 267 

Sweet Hour of Prayer . . 316 

5.5-5.5-6.5.6.5. 

Onward 252 

6. 4. 6. 4. with Refrain 

Need 255 

6.4. 6. 4. D. 

Bread of Life 125 

6. 4. 6. 4. 6. 6.4. 

Bethany 328 

Kedron 228 

Nearer to Thee 329 

6. 4. 6. 4. 6. 6. 6. 4. 

Heaven is My Home . . 347 

Winterton 169 

6.5.6.5. D. 

Colyton 166 

Edina 61 

Repose 12 

Penitence 256 

6. 5.6.5. 12 1. 

Hermas 105 

St. Gertrude 164 

6. 6. 4. 6. 6. 6. 4. 

America 368 

Dort • . . 366 

Fiat Lux 172 

Olivet 233 

Stobel 66 

Trinity 26 

6.6.6.6. 

Holy Guide 261 

St. Cyprian 124 

6.6.6.6.6.6. 

Devotion 201 

Laudes Domini 67 

6.6.6. 6. D. 

Invitation 212 

Jewett 266 

6.6.6.6.8.8. 

Lenox 176 

7.6.7.5- D. 

Work-Song 171 

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7.6. 7. 6. 
Kocher 165 

7.6.7.6.7. 6.7.5. 

Rutherford 354 

7.6.7.6. D. 

Angels' Story 162 

Aurelia 15, 130 

Bentley 268 

Blairgowrie 211 

Ewing 350 

Gerhardt 89 

Greenland 109 

Hodnet 293 

Jesu, Magister Bone . 292, 369 

Lancashire 104, 150 

Mendebras 20 

Miriam 237 

Missionary Hymn .... 185 

Munich 123 

Rotterdam 20 

St. Edith 210 

Savoy Chapel 295 

Schubert 47,184 

Tennent 163 

Webb 149, 181 

Zoan 60 

7. 6. 7. 6. D. with Refrain 

Evangel 220 

I Love to Tell the Story . 218 

7. 6.7. 7. 6. 
Wakefield 346 

7. 6. 7. 6. 7. 7. 7. 6. 
Amsterdam 338 

7.6.7.6.8.8. 

St. Anatolius 10 

7.6.8.6.8.6.8.6. 
St. Christopher 97 

7- 7-7-3- 
Vigilate 246 

7-7.7-5- 
Lux Vespera 119 

7-7-7-6. 

Gower's Litany 227 

The Seven Words . . . 128 

7- 7-7-7- 

Dallas 27, 137 

Forgiveness 217 

Hendon 313 

Horton 320 

Innocents 2 

Mercy 115, 282 

Monkland 40 

Nuremberg 41, 362 



JSetrtcal Intex of Suites 



8.8. 8. 8.6. 

St. Margaret 31a 



8.8.8. 8.8.8. 
Wavertree 249 



9. 8. 8. 9. with Refrain 



Patmos 152 8.7.8.7. 

Pleyel's Hymn ..... 194 Angel Choir y? 

Redhead No. 45 175 Beatrice 326 

St - Bees 25, 216 Brocklesbury .... 108, 134 

Seymour 7, 226 Dominus Regit Me . . . 259 

Solltude 32, 299 Dorrnance 95 

Trusting (with Refrain) . 240 Even Me (with Re f ra in) . 326 

University College 100 15s Evening Prayer 13 God Be with You . 

Wirtemburg (withAlleluia) 99 Lowton 154 

Woodward's Litany ... 283 Lucerne 52 

. x1 -r, c . Rathbun 93 

7. 7. 7. 7. 4. with Refrain St . Sylvester .... 14,360 

Evening Praise 11 Stockwell 156 

Stuttgart 68 

7.7.7.7.7.7. 

Ajalon 91 8.7.8.7.4.7. 

gi X ot 39 2 ll Oliphan. 27 o 

Rosefi'el'd '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. 196 f. e « ent ?? uare ^ 

Sicilian Manners .... 30 

Wildersmouth 186 

Zion 



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Submission .... 



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277 



10. 4. 10. 4. 10. 10. 
Lux Benigna 274 

10. 7. 10. 7. with Refrain 
I am Thine 305 



Sabbath . . . 
Spanish Hymn 
Toplady . . . 



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239 



Pax Tecum 



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Benevento 359 ^rf^-l^' ' 3 ° 3 



Harwell (with Refrain) 



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10. 10. 10. 
Cantus 221 

10. 10. 10. 4. 
Sarum 200 



Blumenthal 224 

Faithful Guide 113 

H« de 2 34 8.7.8.7.D. ,o. 10. IO.IO. 

Martyn 234 Austrian Hymn 131 „, 

Mendelssohn 74 Autumn 254 ^ . , 29 

Messiah 307 Call Them In (with Ref.) 179 £ln ran 9 

Ramoth 222 Constance 296 T =• : 22 3 

Refuge 234 Crucifer 147,205 Longwood . 

St. George's, Windsor . . 363 Daily, Daily 358 iViorecamDe 

Watchman 189 Erie 315 

Ellesdie 148 

7. 9. 7. 9. with Refrain Faben 53 

Every Day 310 Latter Day 190 

Love Divine 294 

8.5.8.3. Nettleton 314 Softly and Tenderly 

Bullinger 260 Shining Shore 348 

Stephanos 215 The Hymn to Joy . ... 231 



. . 117, 140 
IO. IO. XI. II. 

Lyons 63 



11. 7. 11. 7. with Refrain 



206 



8.8.6.8.8.6. 

Ariel 62 

Meribah 106 



8.8.8. 



8. 5. 8.5. with Refrain 8.7.8.8.7. 
Pass Me Not ..... . 327 St - J ude 

8.5.8.5.8.4.3. 

Angel Voices 55 

8.6.8.4. 

St. Cuthbert 118 

8.6.8.6.6.6.6.6. 
Paradise 349 

8. 6.8. 6.7.6.8.6. 

St. Louis 76 

8.6.8.6.8.8.6. 

Whittier 334 

8.6.8.8.6. 



11. 10. 11. 10. 

Alma 219 

True-Hearted (with Ref.) 157 



306 



11. 10. 11. 10. 9. 11. 
Pilgrims 356 



II. 11. 11. 5. 

Now God Be with Us 



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180 



8.8. 8.4. 



11. 11. II. II. 

Adeste Fideles 271 



Almsgiving 193 Fre denck 345 

Hanford 158, 257 

Herbert 323 II. 12. 12. IO. 

Nicsea 33 

8.8.8.6. 

Elmhurst 173, 321 Irregular. 

Flemming 302 Adeste Fideles 73 

Just as I am 236 Jacob's Chant 342 

Woodland 357 Woodworth 236 Margaret 232 



€\}t iLori's ^rager 



OUR FATHER which art in heaven, hallowed be Thy Name; Thy king- 
dom come ; Thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven ; give us this day 
our daily bread ; and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors ; 
and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil ; for thine is 
the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. amen. 

£i)e Em Commandments 

GOD spake all these words, saying, I am the Lord thy God, which have brought 
thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. 
I. Thou shalt have no other gods before Me. 

II. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any 
thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water 
under the earth : thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them : for I 
the Lord thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the 
children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate Me ; and showing 
mercy unto thousands of them that love Me, and keep My commandments. 

III. Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain ; for the Lord 
will not hold him guiltless that taketh His Name in vain. 

IV. Remember the Sabbath-day, to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labor, and 
do all thy work : but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God ; in it 
thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy man-servant, 
nor thy maid-servant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates ; for in 
six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and 
rested the seventh day : wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath-day and hallowed it. 

V. Honor thy father and thy mother : that thy days may be long upon the land 
which the Lord thy God giveth thee. 
VI. Thou shalt not kill. 
VII. Thou shalt not commit adulter}'. 
VIII. Thou shalt not steal. 
IX. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. 
X. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house, thou shalt not covet thy neigh- 
bor's wife, nor his man-servant, nor his maid-servant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor 
any thing that is thy neighbor's. 

HEAR also the words of our Lord Jesus, how He saith : Thou shalt love the 
Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This 
is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it : Thou shalt 
love thy neighbor as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and 
the prophets. 

E\)t gpstlcs' Crcrti 

I BELIEVE in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth : 
And in Jesus Christ His only Son our Lord ; who was conceived by the Holy 
Ghost ; born of the Virgin Mary ; suffered under Pontius Pilate ; was crucified, 
dead, and buried ; He descended into hell ; * the third day He rose again from the 
dead ; He ascended into heaven ; and sitteth on the right hand of God the Father 
Almighty ; from thence He shall come to judge the quick and the dead. 

I believe in the Holy Ghost ; the holy Catholic Church ; the Communion of 
Saints ; the Forgiveness of sins ; the Resurrection of the body ; and the Life ever- 
lasting. Amen. 

* i. e. Continued in the state of the dead and under the power of death until the third day. 

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Each present day thy last esteem ; 
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For the great day thyself prepare. 

3 By influence of the light Divine 
Let thy own light to others shine ; 
Reflect all heaven's propitious rays 
In ardent love and cheerful praise. 

4 Wake and lift up thyself, my heart, 
And with the angels bear thy part, 



Who all night long, unwearied, sing 
High praise to the Eternal King. 

5 All praise to Thee, who safe hast kept, 
And hast refreshed me whilst I slept : 
Grant, Lord, when I from death shall wake, 
I may of endless light partake. 

6 Direct, control, suggest, this day, 
All I design, or do, or say ; 

That all my powers, with all their might, 
In Thy sole glory may unite. 

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4 Quickened by the Spirit's grace 
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While we daily search Thy word, 
Wisdom true impart, O Lord ! 



Be our Guard in sin and strife ; 5 When the sun withdraws his light, 
Be the Leader of our life ; When we seek our beds at night, 

Lest like sheep we stray abroad, Thou, by sleepless hosts adored, 

Stay our wayward feet, O Lord ! Hear the prayer of faith, O Lord ! 

6 Praise we, with the heavenly host, 
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2 (WARWICK) 

1 LORD, in the morning Thou shalt hear 

My voice ascending high ; 
To. Thee will I direct my prayer, 
To Thee lift up mine eye : 

2 Up to the hills, where Christ is gone 

To plead for all His saints, 
Presenting at His Father's throne 
Our songs and our complaints. 

3 Thou art a God before whose sight 

The wicked shall not stand ; 



Sinners shall ne'er be Thy delight, 
Nor dwell at Thy right hand. 

But to Thy house will I resort, 
To taste Thy mercies there ; 

I will frequent Thy holy court, 
And worship in Thy fear. 

O may Thy Spirit guide my feet 
In ways of righteousness ; 

Make every path of duty straight 
And plain before my face. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 



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3 I love to think on mercies past, 

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And all my cares and sorrows cast 
On Him whom I adore. 



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Of brighter scenes in heaven ; 
The prospect doth my strength renew 
While here by tempests driven. 

5 Thus, when life's toilsome day is o'er, 

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And lead to endless day. 

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Let him no more lie down in sin. 



2 When the soft dews of kindly sleep 
My wearied eyelids gently steep, 

Be my last thought, how sweet to rest 
For ever on my Saviour's breast. 

3 Abide with me from morn till eve, 
For without Thee I cannot live ; 
Abide with me when night is nigh, 
For without Thee I dare not die. 



5 Watch by the sick ; enrich the poor 
With blessings from Thy boundless store; 
Be every mourner's sleep to-night, 
Like infants' slumbers, pure and light. 

6 Come near and bless us when we wake, 
Ere through the world our way we take, 
Till in the ocean of Thy love 
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1 ALL praise to Thee, my God, this night, 3 O may my soul on Thee repose, 

For all the blessings of the light ; And with sweet sleep mine eyelids close ; 

Keep me, O keep me, King of kings, Sleep that may me more vigorous make 



To serve my God when I awake. 

4 When in the night I sleepless lie, 
My soul with heavenly thoughts supply 



Beneath Thy own almighty wings. 

2 Forgive me, Lord, for Thy dear Son, 

The ill that I this day have done ; 

That with the world, myself, and Thee, Let no, ill dreams disturb my rest, 

I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. No powers of darkness me molest. 

5 O when shall I in endless day 
For ever chase dark sleep away, 
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Then, from sin and sorrow free, 
Take me, Lord, to dwell with Thee. 

4 Thou who, sinless, yet hast known 
All of man's infirmity; 
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Give us, O Lord, fresh hopes in heaven, 

And trust in things Divine. 



3 Let peace, O Lord, Thy peace, O God, 

Upon our souls descend ; 
From midnight fears and perils, Thou 

Our trembling hearts defend : 
Give us a respite from our toil, 

Calm and subdue our woes ; 
Through the long day we labor, Lord, 

O give us now repose. 

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Change and decay in all around I see ; 

Thou who changest not, abide with me. 

3 I need Thy presence every passing hour ; 

What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's power? 
Who like Thyself my guide and stay can be ? 
Through cloud and sunshine, O abide with me. 

4 I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless : 
Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness. 
W T here is death's sting? where, grave, thy victory? 

1 triumph still, if Thou abide with me. 

5 Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes ; 
Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies : 
Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee : 
In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me. 

Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1847 



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Ere repose our spirits seal ; [ing, 
Sin and want we come confessing : 
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2 Though the night be dark and dreary, 
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3 O that our thoughts and thanks may rise, 5 In holy duties let the day, 
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3 Hosanna to the anointed King, 5 Hosanna in the highest strains 
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3 When our responsive tongues ^essay 

Their grateful hymns to raise, 
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May we our wills resign ; 
And not a thought our bosom share 

Which is not wholly Thine. 

Let faith each meek petition fill, 

And waft it to the skies ; 
And teach our hearts 'tis goodness still 

That grants it, or denies. 

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And going, take Thee to their home. And bring all heaven before our eyes. 



3 Dear Shepherd of Thy chosen few, 
Thy former mercies here renew ; 
Here to our waiting hearts proclaim 
The sweetness of Thy saving Name. 



5 Lord, we are few, but Thou art near; 
Xor short Thine arm, nor deaf Thine ear: 
O rend the heavens, come quickly down, 
And make a thousand hearts Thine own. 

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1 SPIRIT Divine, attend our prayers, 

And make this house Thy home ; 
Descend with all Thy gracious powers, 
O come, great Spirit, come. 

2 Come as the light ; to us reveal 

Our emptiness and woe ; 
And lead us in those paths of life 
Where all the righteous go. 

3 Corneas the fire ; and purge our hearts, 

Like sacrificial flame : 



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To our Redeemer's Name. 

4 Come as the dove ; and spread Thy 

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And let Thy Church on earth become 
Blest as Thy Church above. 

5 Spirit Divine, attend our prayers ; 

Make a lost world Thy home ; 
Descend with all Thy gracious powers, 
O come, great Spirit, come. 

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3 In Thine own appointed way, 
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Lord, we know not how to go, 
Till a blessing Thou bestow. 

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4 Send some message from Thy word, 
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Let Thy Spirit now impart 

Full salvation to each heart. 

5 Comfort those who weep and mourn, 
Let the time of joy return ; 

Heal the sick, the captive free, 
Let us all rejoice in Thee. 

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3 Come, Holy Comforter, 
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1 TO Thy temple I repair ; 
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4 While I hearken to Thy law, 
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With Thee began, with Thee shall end the day : 
Guard Thou the lips from sin, the hearts from shame, 
That in this house have called upon Thy Name. 

3 Grant us Thy peace, Lord, through the coming night ; 
Turn Thou for us its darkness into light : 

From harm and danger keep Thy children free, 
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4 Grant us Thy peace throughout our earthly life, 
Our balm in sorrow, and our stay in strife ; 
Then, when Thy voice shall bid our conflict cease, 
Call us, O Lord, to Thine eternal peace. 

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Saviour, from the world away, 
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1 STILL with Thee, O my God, 

I would desire to be, 
By day, by night ; at home, abroad, 
I would be still with Thee. 

2 With Thee when dawn comes in 

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Each day returning to begin 
With Thee, my God, in prayer. 



3 With Thee amid the crowd 

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Speak softly to my heart. 

4 With Thee when day is done, 

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The setting as the rising sun 

With Thee my heart would find. 



5 With Thee, in Thee, by faith 
Abiding, I would be ; 
By day, by night, in life, in death, 
I would be still with Thee. 



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Who the covenant sealed with blood, 
Let our hearts and voices raise 
Loud thanksgivings to our God. 

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3 Holy, Holy, Holy ! Though the darkness hide Thee, 
Though the eye of sinful man Thy glory may not see, 
Only Thou art holy ; there is none beside Thee 

Perfect in power, in love, and purity. 

4 Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty ! 

All Thy works shall praise Thy Name, in earth and sky and sea ; 
Holy, Holy, Holy ! Merciful and Mighty ! 
God in Three Persons, blessed Trinity ! 

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O Holy, Holy, Holy Lord, 
Whom heavenly hosts obey, 

The world is with the glory filled 
Of Thy majestic ray. 

The apostles' glorious company, 
And prophets crowned with light, 



With all the martyrs' noble host, 
Thy constant praise recite. 

5 The holy Church throughout the world, 

O Lord, confesses Thee, 
That Thou Eternal Father art, 
Of boundless majesty ; 

6 Thy honored, true, and only Son ; 

And Holy Ghost, the Spring 
Of never-ceasing joy : O Christ, 
Of glory Thou art King. 



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GOD moves in a mysterious way 

His wonders to perform ; 
He plants His footsteps in the sea, 

And rides upon the storm. 

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Of never-failing skill 
He treasures up His bright designs, 
And works His sovereign will. 

; Ye fearful saints, fresh courage take ; 
The clouds ye so much dread 



Are big with mercy, and shall break 
In blessings on your head. 

Judge not the Lord by feeble sense, 
But trust Him for His grace ; 

Behind a frowning providence 
He hides a smiling face. 

Blind unbelief is sure to err, 
And scan His work in vain ; 

God is His own Interpreter, 
And He will make it plain. 

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They fly forgotten, as a dream 

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Our God, our Help in ages past ; 

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And nightly to the listening earth 
Repeats the story of her birth ; 

4 Whilst all the stars that round her burn, 
And all the planets in their turn, 

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1 HIGH in the heavens, Eternal God, 
Thy goodness in full glory shines ; 
Thy truth shall break through every cloud 
That veils and darkens Thy designs. 

2 For ever firm Thy justice stands, 
As mountains their foundations keep ; 
Wise are the wonders of Thy hands ; 
Thy judgments are a mighty deep. 

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What though nor real voice nor sound 
Amid their radiant orbs be found ? 

6 In reason's ear they all rejoice, 
And utter forth a glorious voice ; 
For ever singing, as they shine, 

" The hand that made us is Divine." 

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The whole creation is Thy charge, 
But saints are Thy peculiar care. 

4 From the provisions of Thy house , 
We shall be fed with sweet repast ; 
There mercy like a river flows, 

And brings salvation to our taste. 

5 Life, like a fountain, rich and free, 
Springs from the presence of my Lord ; 
And in Thy light our souls shall see 
The glories promised in Thy word. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 



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At Thy feet their tributes pay, All below, and all above, 

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For His mercies aye endure, 
Ever faithful, ever sure. 



4 All things living He doth feed ; 
His full hand supplies their need 
For His mercies aye endure, 
Ever faithful, ever sure. 



He, with all-commanding might, 5 He hath with a piteous eye 

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For His mercies aye endure, For His mercies aye endure, 

Ever faithful, ever sure. Ever faithful, ever sure. 

6 Let us therefore warble forth 
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For His mercies aye endure, 
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SONGS of praise the angels sang, 
Heaven with alleluias rang, 
When Jehovah's work begun, 
When He spake, and it was done. 



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Songs of praise shall crown that day : 
God will make new heavens, new earth, 
Songs of praise shall hail their birth. 



4 And can man alone be dumb, 
Till that glorious kingdom come ? 
No : the Church delights to raise 
Psalms, and hymns, and songs of praise. 



Songs of praise awoke the morn, 
When the Prince of Peace was born 
Songs of praise arose, when He 
Captive led captivity. 

5 Saints below, with heart and voice, 
Still in songs of praise rejoice, 
Learning here, by faith and love, 

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3 Our midnight is Thy smile withdrawn; 
Our noontide is Thy gracious dawn ; 
Our rainbow arch, Thy mercy's sign; 
All, save the clouds of sin, are Thine. 



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1 LORD, Thou hast searched and seen 

me through; 
Thine eye commands with piercing view 
My rising and my resting hours, 
My heart and flesh, with all their powers. 

2 My thoughts, before they are my own, 
Are to my God distinctly known ; 
He knows the words I mean to speak, 
Ere from my opening lips they break. 

3 Within Thy circling power I stand ; 
On every side I find Thy hand : 



4 Lord of all life, below, above, 
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We ask no lustre of our own. 

5 Grant us Thy truth to make us free, 
And kindling hearts that burn for Thee; 
Till all Thy living altars claim 

One holy light, one heavenly flame. 

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Awake, asleep, at home, abroad, 
I am surrounded still with God. 

4 Amazing knowledge, vast and great ! 
What large extent, what lofty height ! 
My soul, with all the powers I boast, 
Is in the boundless prospect lost. 

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breast, 
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Nor let my weaker passions dare 
Consent to sin, for God is there. 

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Our years are like the shadows 

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A sleep, a dream, a story 

By strangers quickly told, 
An unremaining glory 

Of things that soon are old. 



O Thou, who canst not slumber, 

Whose light grows never pale, 
Teach us aright to number 

Our years before they fail ; 
On us Thy mercy lighten, 

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1 MY soul, repeat His praise 
Whose mercies are so great, 

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So ready to abate. 

2 High as the heavens are raised 
Above the ground we tread, 

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Our highest thoughts exceed. 

3 His power subdues our sins, 
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4 The pity of the Lord 

To those that fear His Name 
Is such as tender parents feel ; 
He knows our feeble frame. 

5 Our days are as the grass, 
Or like the morning flower ; 

If one sharp blast sweep o'er the field, 
It withers in an hour. 

6 But Thy compassions, Lord, 
To endless years endure ; 

And children's children ever find 
Thy words of promise sure. 

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5 Honor, glory, might, and merit, 

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Earth and heaven 
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2 Thou who art beyond the farthest 

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And crown Him Lord of all. And crown Him Lord of all. 

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1 COME, Thou long-expected Jesus, 

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2 Israel's Strength and Consolation, 

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Dear Desire of every nation, 
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5 All this for us Thy love hath done ; 
By this to Thee our love is won : 
For this we tune our cheerful lays, 
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Jesus, our Emmanuel. 

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Hail, the Sun of Righteousness ! 
Light and life to all He brings, 
Risen with healing in His wings. 
Mild He lays His glory by, 
Born that man no more may die, 
Born to raise the sons of earth, 
Born to give them second birth. 
Hark ! the herald angels sing, 
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And praises sing to God the King, 

And peace to men on earth. 

3 How silently, how silently, 

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The blessings of His heaven. 



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" Christ is born, the great Anointed ; 

Heaven and earth His glory sing : 
Glad receive whom God appointed 

For your Prophet, Priest, and King. 



"Peace on earth, good- will from heaven, 5 " Hasten, mortals, to adore Him ; 

Reaching far as man is found ; Learn His Name, and taste His joy; 

Souls redeemed, and sins forgiven ; Till in heaven you sing before Him, 

Loud our golden harps shall sound. Glory be to God Most High !" 

Rev. John Cawood, 1819 



78 (DIX) 7.7.7.7.7.7. 

1 AS with gladness men of old 
Did the guiding star behold ; 
As with joy they hailed its light, 
Leading onward, beaming bright ; 
So, most gracious God, may we 
Evermore be led to Thee. 

2 As with joyful steps they sped 
To that lowly manger-bed, 
There to bend the knee before 
Him whom heaven and earth adore ; 
So may we with willing feet 

Ever seek Thy mercy-seat. 



3 As "they offered gifts most rare 
At that manger rude and bare ; 
So may we with holy joy, 
Pure, and free from sin's alloy, 
All our costliest treasures bring, 
Christ, to Thee, our heavenly King. 

4 Holy Jesus, every day 
Keep us in the narrow way ; 
And, when earthly things are past, 
Bring our ransomed souls at last 
Where they need no star to guide, 
Where no clouds Thy glory hide. 

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1 LORD, Thou in all things like wast 

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Replies the voice within. 

2 Our faith is weak; O Light of Light, 

Clear Thou our clouded view ; 
That Son of Man, and Son of God, 
We give Thee honor due. 



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Like Thee, O Lord, to grieve 
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The wrongs that we receive. 

5 One with Thyself, may every eye 

In us, Thy brethren, see 
That gentleness and grace that spring 
From union, Lord, with Thee. 

Sir Edward Denny, Bart., 1839 



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Our trials and our tears ; 
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Death's agonies and fears. 

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As free and true as Thine. 



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1 O MEAN may seem this house of clay, 

Yet 'twas the Lord's abode ; 
Our feet may mourn this thorny way, 
Yet here Emmanuel trod. 

2 This fleshly robe the Lord did wear, 

This watch the Lord did keep, 

These burdens sore the Lord did bear, 

These tears the Lord did weep. 

3 Our very frailty brings us near 

Unto the Lord of heaven ; 
'To every grief, to every tear, 
Such glory strange is given. 



Should friends misjudge, or foes de- 
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Then, like Thine own, be all our aim 

To conquer them by love. 

Kept peaceful in the midst of strife, 

Forgiving and forgiven, 
O may we lead the pilgrim's life, 

And follow Thee to heaven. 

Rev. John H. Gurney, 1838 



4 But not this fleshly robe alone 

Shall link us, Lord, to Thee ; 
Not only in the tear and groan 
Shall the dear kindred be. 

5 We shall be reckoned for Thine ovn 

Because Thy heaven we share, 
Because we sing around Thy throne, 
And Thy bright raiment wear. 

6 O mighty grace, our life to live, 

To make our earth Divine : 
O mighty grace, Thy heaven to give, 
And lift our life to Thine. 

Thomas H. Gill, 1850 



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4 Be Thou my Pattern ; make me bear 
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86 (SAXBY) L. M. 

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With Thee, O Master, let me live. 

Rev. Washington Gladden, 1879 



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1 BEHOLD, the Master passeth by ! 
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3 See, from His head, His hands, His feet, 

Sorrow and love flow mingled down : 

ZEPHYR L. M. 



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Q2 (ZEPHYR) L. M. 

1 'TIS midnight; and on Olive's brow 
The star is dimmed that lately shone : 

"Lis midnight; in the garden, now, 
The suffering Saviour prays alone. 

2 'Tis midnight; and, from all removed, 
Emmanuel wrestles lone with fears: 

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Saviour, teach us so to rise. 

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3 'Tis midnight; and, for others' guilt, 
The Man of Sorrows weeps in blood : 

Yet He that hath in anguish knelt 
Is not forsaken by His God. 

4 'Tis midnight; from the heavenly plains 
Is borne the song that angels know: 

Unheard by mortals are the strains 
That sweetly soothe the Saviour's woe. 

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Lo ! it glows with peace and joy. 

3 When the sun of bliss is beaming 

Light and love upon my way, 
From the cross the radiance streaming 
Adds more lustre to the day. 

DORRNANCE 8. 7. 8. 7. 



Bane and blessing, pain and pleasure, 
By the cross are sanctified ; 

Peace is there that knows no measure, 
Joys that through all time abide. 

In the cross of Christ I glory, 

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i " It is finished !" — O what pleasure 
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Heavenly blessings, without measure, 
Flow to us from Christ the Lord : 

"It is finished!" 
Saints, the dying words record. 

95 (DORRNANCE) 8. 7. 8. 7. 

SWEET the moments, rich in blessing, 
Which before the cross I spend ; 

Life and health and peace possessing 
From the sinner's dying Friend. 

: Here I'll sit, for ever viewing 

Mercy ' s streams in streams of blood ; 
Precious drops, my soul bedewing, 
Plead and claim my peace with God. 



Tune your harps anew, ye seraphs, 
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All in earth, and all in heaven, 
Join to praise Emmanuel's Name 

Alleluia ! 
Glory to the bleeding Lamb. 

Rev. Jonathan Evans, 1784 



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4 Love and grief my heart dividing, 

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3 He died that we might be forgiven, 

He died to make us good, 
That we might go at last to heaven, 
Saved by His precious blood. 

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To pay the price of sin ; 
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Of heaven, and let us in. 

5 O dearly, dearly has He loved, 

And we must love Him too, 
And trust in His redeeming blood, 
And try His works to do. 

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For my abiding-place : 
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Amazing pity ! Grace unknown ! 
And love beyond degree ! 

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When He, the mighty Maker, died 

For man the creature's sin. 



4 Thus might I hide my blushing face 

While His dear cross appears; 
Dissolve my heart in thankfulness, 
And melt my eyes to tears. 

5 But drops of grief can ne'er repay 

The debt of love I owe ; 
Here, Lord, I give myself away, 
'Tis all that I can do. 

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1 CHRIST the Lord is risen again ; 
Christ hath broken every chain : 
Hark, angelic voices cry, 
Singing evermore on high, Alleluia ! 

2 He who gave for us His life, 
Who for us endured the strife, 
Is our Paschal Lamb to-day ; 
We too sing for joy, and say, Alleluia ! 

3 He who bore all pain 'and loss 
Comfortless upon the Cross, 
Lives in glory now on high, 
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Is exalted now to save ; 
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5 Now he bids us tell abroad 
How the lost may be restored, 
How the penitent forgiven, [luia ! 
How we too may enter heaven. Alle- 

6 Thou our Paschal Lamb indeed, 
Christ, to-day Thy people feed ; 
Take our sins and guilt away, 
That we all may sing for aye, Alleluia! 

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Lives again our glorious King : 
Where, O death, is now thy sting ? 
Once He died, our souls to save : 
Where thy victory, O grave ? 

WIRTEMBURG 7- 7- 7- 7- with Alleluia 



4 Soar we now where Christ has led, 
Following our exalted Head : 
Made like Him, like Him we rise ; 
Ours the cross, the grave, the skies. 

5 Hail the Lord of earth and heaven ! 
Praise to Thee by both be given : 
Thee we greet triumphant now : 
Hail, the Resurrection Thou ! 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1739 : verse 3, 1. 3, alt. 
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Seems earth a fatherland ; 
A new and endless life they take 
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May face the things to be. 

5 The way of darkness that He trod 
To heaven at last shall come, 
And he who hearkens to His word 
Shall reach His father's home. 



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In vain the watch kept ward and guard : 
Majestic from the spoiled tomb, 

In pomp of triumph Christ is come. 

3 He binds in chains the ancient foe ; 
A countless host He frees from woe, 
And heaven's high portal open flies, 
For Christ has risen, and man shall rise. 

4 And all He did, and all He bare, 
He gives us as our own to share ; 



And hope and joy and peace begin, 
For Christ has won, and man shall win. 

5 O Victor, aid us in the fight, [light : 
And lead through death to realms of 
We safely pass where Thou hast trod ; 
In Thee we die to rise to God. 

6 Thy flock, from sin and death set free, 
Glad alleluias raise to Thee ; 

And ever with the heavenly host 
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 

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1 BEYOND the starry skies, 
Far as the eternal hills, 

There, in the boundless world of light, 
Our great Redeemer dwells. 

2 Around Him angels fair, 
In countless armies, shine ; 

And ever, in exalted lays, 
They offer songs Divine. 

3 "Hail, Prince of life!" they cry, 
" Whose unexampled love 

Moved Thee to quit these glorious realms 
And royalties above. ' ' 

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4 And when He stooped to earth, 
And suffered rude disdain, 

They cast their honors at His feet, 
And waited in His train. 

5 They saw Him on the cross, 
While darkness veiled the skies, 

And when He burst the gates of death, 
They saw the Conqueror rise. 

6 They thronged His chariot-wheels, 
And bore Him to His throne ; 

Then swept their golden harps, and sang, 
"The glorious work is done." 

James Fanch, 1776, and Rev. Daniel Turner, 1794 



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His own "All hail!" and hearing, 

May raise the victor-strain. 

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Let earth her song begin ; 
Let the round world keep triumph, 

And all that is therein ; 
Invisible and visible, 

Their notes let all things blend, 
For Christ the Lord hath risen, 

Our Joy that hath no end. 

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Star of the coming day, 
Arise, and with Thy morning beams 
Chase all our griefs away. 

2 Come, blessed Lord, bid every shore 

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And everlasting love. 

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In unison with all our hearts, 
And calls aloud for Thee. 

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With one awakening smile, [power, 

And bid the serpent's trail no more 
Thy beauteous realms defile. 

Thine was the cross, with all its fruits 
Of grace and peace Divine : 

Be Thine the crown of glory now, 
The palm of victory Thine. 

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Build up this ruined earth ; 

Restore our faded Paradise, 
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5 Come, and begin Thy reign 
Of everlasting peace ; 

Come, take the kingdom to Thyself, 
Great King of Righteousness. 

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Let Thy bright beams arise : 
Dispel the darkness from our minds, 
And open all our eyes. 

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Thou heavenly Paraclete ; 
Give us to lie with humble hope 
At our Redeemer's feet. 

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Then lead to Jesus' blood, 

And to our wondering view reveal 
The secret love of God. 

5 'Tis Thine to cleanse the heart, 
To sanctify the soul, 

To pour fresh life on every part. 
And new- create the whole. 

6 Dwell therefore in our hearts, 
Our minds from bondage free : 

Then we shall know, and praise, and 
The Father, Son, and Thee, [love 

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2 Ever present, truest Friend, 
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Groping on in darkness drear : 
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Hearts grow faint, and hopes give o'er, 
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Kindle every high desire ; 
Perish self in Thy pure fire ! 

3 Holy Spirit, Power Divine, 

Fill and nerve this will of mine ; 
By Thee may I strongly live, 
Bravely bear, and nobly strive. 

4 Holy Spirit, Right Divine, 

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1 GRACIOUS Spirit, Dove Divine, 
Let Thy light within me shine ; 
All my guilty fears remove, 

Fill me full of heaven and love. 

2 Speak Thy pardoning grace to me, 
Set the burdened sinner free ; 
Lead me to the Lamb of God, 
Wash me in His precious blood. 



Be my Law, and I shall be 
Firmly bound, for ever free. 

Holy Spirit, Peace Divine, 
Still this restless heart of mine ; 
Speak to calm this tossing sea, 
Stayed in Thy tranquillity. 

Holy Spirit, Joy Divine, 
Gladden Thou this heart of mine 
In the desert ways I sing, 
" Spring, O Well, for ever spring. 

Rev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864 



3 Life and peace to me impart ; 
Seal salvation on my heart ; 
Breathe Thyself into my breast, 
Earnest of immortal rest. 

4 Let me never from Thee stray, 
Keep me in the narrow way, 
Fill my soul with joy Divine, 
Keep me, Lord, for ever Thine. 

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But take the dimness of my soul away. 

3 Hast Thou not bid us love Thee, God and King? 
All, all Thine own, soul, heart, and strength, and mind; 
I see Thy cross — there teach my heart to cling : 

O let me seek Thee, and O let me find. 

4 Teach me to feel that Thou art always nigh ; 
Teach me the struggles of the soul to bear, 
To check the rising doubt, the rebel sigh ; 
Teach me the patience of unanswered prayer. 

5 Teach me to love Thee as Thine angels love, 
One holy passion filling all my frame; 

The baptism of the heaven-descended Dove, 
My heart an altar, and Thy love the flame. 



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And worthier Thee. 



And His that gentle voice we hear, 

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That checks each thought, that calms 
And speaks of heaven, [each fear, 

And every virtue we possess, 

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i GRACIOUS Spirit, Holy Ghost, 
Taught by Thee, we covet most, 
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Holy, heavenly love. 

2 Faith, that mountains could remove. 
Tongues of earth or heaven above. 
Knowledge, all things, empty prove, 

Without heavenly love. 

3 Love is kind, and suffers long : 
Love is meek, and thinks no wrong : 
Love than death itself 

Therefore, give us love. 



4 Faith will vanish into sight ; 
Hope be emptied in delight ; 

Love in heaven will shine more bright 
Therefore, give us love. 

5 Faith and hope and love we see, 
Joining hand in hand, agree ; 
But the greatest of the three, 

And the best, is love. 

6 From the overshadowing 

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Shed on us who to Thee sing 
Holy, heavenly love. 

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Still guides, O Christ, to Thee. 



O make Thy Church, dear Saviour, 

A lamp of purest gold, 
To bear before the nations 

Thy true light, as of old. 
O teach Thy wandering pilgrims 

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They see Thee face to face. 

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Evermore be near Thee. 

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2 When our foes are near us, 
Then Thy word doth cheer us ; 
Word of consolation, 
Message of salvation. 

3 When the storms are o'er us, 
And dark clouds before us, 
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2 Bless Thou the truth, dear Lord, 
To me — to me — 
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1 THE Spirit breathes upon the word, 

And brings the truth to sight; 
Precepts and promises afford 
A sanctifying light. 

2 A glory gilds the sacred page, 

Majestic, like the sun : 
It gives a light to every age ; 
It gives, but borrows none. 

3 The Hand that gave it still supplies 

The gracious light and heat : 



Then shall all bondage cease, 

All fetters fall ; 
And I shall find mv peace, 

My All in all. 

Mary Ann Lathbury, 1877 



His truths upon the nations rise ; 
They rise, but never set. 

4 Let everlasting thanks be Thine 

For such a bright display 
As makes a world of darkness shine 
With beams of heavenly day. 

5 My soul rejoices to pursue 

The steps of Him I love, 

Till glory break upon my view 

In brighter worlds above. 

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Bless the dark world with heavenly 

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Thy gospel makes the simple wise, 
Thy laws are pure,Thy judgments right. 

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1 JESUS, with Thy Church abide, 
Be her Saviour, Lord, and Guide, 
While on earth her faith is tried : 

We beseech Thee, hear us. 

2 Keep her life and doctrine pure ; 
Grant her patience to endure, 
Trusting in Thy promise sure : 

We beseech Thee, hear us. 

3 Save her love from growing cold, 6 May she soon all glorious be, 
Make her watchmen strong and bold, Spotless and from wrinkle free, 
Fence her round, Thy peaceful fold : Pure and bright and worthy Thee : 

We beseech Thee, hear us. We beseech Thee, hear us. 

Rev. Thomas B. Pollock, 1871 : alt. Hy. Anc. and Mod. 1875 



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4 May her lamp of truth be bright, 
Bid her bear aloft its light 
Through the realms of heathen night 

We beseech Thee, hear us. 

5 May she holy triumphs win, 
Overthrow the hosts of sin, 
Gather all the nations in : 

We beseech Thee, hear us. 



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To her my cares and toils be given, 
Till toils and cares shall end. 



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4 Beyond my highest joy 

I prize her heavenly ways, 
Her sweet communion, solemn vows, 
Her hymns of love and praise. 

5 Sure as Thy truth shall last, 

To Zion shall be given 
The brightest glories earth can yield, 
And brighter bliss of heaven. 

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3 For not like kingdoms of the world A mountain that shall fill the earth, 
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6 Dependent on Thy bounteous breath, 
We seek Thy grace alone 
In childhood, manhood, age, and death, 
To keep us still Thine own. 

Bishop Reginald Heber, 1812 (Text of 1827) 

134 ( BI * 0CKLESBUI * Y ) 8 7 8- 7 

1 SAVIOUR, who Thy flockart feeding, 3 Never, from Thy pasture roving, 
With the shepherd's kindest care, Let them be the lion's prey ; 

All the feeble gently leading, Let Thy tenderness, so loving, [way. 

While the lambs Thy bosom share; Keep them through life's dangerous 



2 Now, these little ones receiving, 
Fold them in Thy gracious arm ; 
There, we know, Thy word believing, 
Only there secure from harm. 



4 Then, within Thy fold eternal, 
Let them find a resting-place, 
Feed in pastures ever vernal, 
Drink the rivers of Thy grace. 

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3 Ashamed of Jesus ! just as soon 
Let midnight be ashamed of noon : 
'Tis midnight with my soul till He, 
Bright Morning Star, bid darkness flee. 



4 Ashamed of Jesus, that dear Friend 
On whom my hopes of heaven depend ! 
No ; when I blush, be this my shame, 
That I no more revere His Name. 

5 Ashamed of Jesus ! yes, I may 
When I've no guilt to wash away, 
No tear to wipe, no good to crave, 
No fears to quell, no soul to save. 



6 Till then — nor is my boasting vain — 
Till then I boast a Saviour slain ; 
And O may this my glory be, 
That Christ is not ashamed of me. 

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1 NOW I resolve with all my heart, 

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W 7 hose service is a rich reward. 

2 O be His service all my joy ; 

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Till others love the blest employ, 
And join in labors so Divine. 



3 Be this the purpose of my soul, 

My solemn, my determined choice, 
To yield to His supreme control, 
And in His kind commands rejoice. 

4 O may I never faint nor tire, [ways : 

Nor wandering leave His sacred 
Great God, accept my soul's desire, 
And give me strength to live Thy 
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3 Thine for ever ! O how blest 
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Saviour, Guardian, heavenly Friend, 
O defend us to the end. 



4 Thine for ever ! Saviour, keep 
These Thy frail and trembling sheep : 
Safe alone beneath Thy care, 

Let us all Thy goodness share. 

5 Thine for ever ! Thou our Guide, 
All our wants by Thee supplied, 
All our sins by Thee forgiven, 
Lead us, Lord, from earth to heaven. 

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1 ACCORDING to Thy gracious word, 4 When to the cross I turn mine eyes, 

In meek humility, And rest on Calvary, 

This will I do, my dying Lord, O Lamb of God, my Sacrifice, 

I will remember Thee. I must remember Thee ; 



2 Thy body, broken for my sake, 

My bread from heaven shall be ; 
Thy testamental cup I take, 
And thus remember Thee. 

3 Gethsemane can I forget? 

Or there Thy conflict see, 

Thine agony and bloody sweat, 

And not remember Thee ? 



5 Remember Thee, and all Thy pains, 

And all Thy love to me : 
Yea, while a breath, a pulse remains, 
Will I remember Thee. 

6 And when these failing lips grow dumb, 

And mind and memory flee, 
When Thou shalt inThy kingdom come, 
Jesus, remember me. 

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4 I hear Thy voice; Thou bidd'st me come and rest; 

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Our souls the joys celestial seek 
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3 W r e would not live by bread alone, 

But by that word of grace, 
In strength of which we travel on 
To our abiding-place. 



Be known to us in breaking bread, 
But do not then depart ; 

Saviour, abide with us, and spread 
Thy table in our heart. 

There sup with us in love Divine ; 

Thy body and Thy blood, 
That living bread, that heavenly wine, 

Be our immortal food. 

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Thou savest those that on Thee call; Where'er our changeful lot is cast ; 
To them that seek Thee Thou art good, Glad when Thy gracious smile we see, 
To them that find Thee All in all. Blest when our faith can hold Thee fast. 

3 We taste Thee, O Thou living Bread, 5 O Jesus, ever with us stay, 

And long to feast upon Thee still ; Make all our moments calm and bright; 

We drink of Thee, the Fountain-head, Chase the dark night of sin away, 
And thirst our souls from Thee to fill. Shed o'er the world Thy holy light. 

Bernard of Clairvaux, c. 1150: arr. Tr. Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858 



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ROCKINGHAM OLD) L. M. 



1 MY God, and is Thy table spread ? 3 Why are its dainties all in vain 
And does Thy cup with love o'erflow? Before unwilling hearts displayed ? 
Thither be all Thy children led, Was not for you the Victim slain ? 

And let them all its sweetness know. Are vou forbid the children's bread? 



2 Hail, sacred feast which Jesus makes, 4 O let Thy table honored be. 
Rich banquet of His flesh and blood ! And furnished well with joyful guests 
Thrice happy he who here partakes And may each soul salvation see 
That sacred stream, that heavenly food! That here its sacred pledges tastes. 

Rev, Philip Doddridge, publ. 1755 



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" Zion, behold thy Saviour King ; 
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4 How blessed are our eyes 

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Prophets and kings desired it long, 
But died without the sight. 



3 How happy are our ears 5 The watchmen join their voice, 

That hear this joyful sound, And tuneful notes employ ; 

Which kings and prophets waited for, Jerusalem breaks forth in songs, 
And sought, but never found ! And deserts learn the joy. 



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Strong in the Lord of hosts, 
And in His mighty power, 

Who in the strength of Jesus trusts 
Is more than conqueror. 

Stand then in His great might, 
With all His strength endued ; 

But take, to arm you for the fight, 
The panoply of God : 



4 That, having all things done, 

And all your conflicts passed, 
Ye may o'ercome through Christ alone, 
And stand entire at last. 

5 From strength to strength go on ; 

Wrestle, and fight, and pray ; 
Tread all the powers of darkness down, 
And win the well-fought day. 



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Still let the Spirit cry 

In all His soldiers, " Come," 
Till Christ the Lord descends from high, 

And takes the conquerors home. 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1749 



(LABAN) S. M. 



YE servants of the Lord, 

Each in his office wait, 
Observant of His heavenly word, 

And watchful at His gate. 

Let all your lamps be bright, 
And trim the golden flame ; 

Gird up your loins, as in His sight, 
For awful is His Name. 

Watch: 'tis your Lord's command, 
And while we speak, He's near; 



Mark the first signal of His hand, 
And ready all appear. 

O happy servant he 

In such a posture found ! 
He shall his Lord with rapture see, 

And be with honor crowned. 

Christ shall the banquet spread 
With His own royal hand, 

And raise that favorite servant's head 
Amidst the angelic band. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge, publ. 1755 



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What a Father's smile is thine, 
What a Saviour died to win thee : 
Child of heaven, shouldst thou re- 
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Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1824 (Text of 1833) 



2 Man may trouble and distress me, 
'Twill but drive me to Thy breast; 
Life with trials hard may press me, 
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O 'tis not in grief to harm me 

W T hile Thy love is left to me ; 
O 'twere not in joy to charm me, 
Were that joy unmixed with Thee. 



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If you cannot give your thousands, 

You can give the widow's mite ; 
And the least you give for Jesus 

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3 If you cannot speak like angels, 

If you cannot preach like Paul, 
You can tell the love of Jesus, 
You can say He died for all. 



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Take the task He gives you gladly, 

Let His work your pleasure be : 
Answer quickly when He calleth, 

"Here am I; send me, send me." 

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The strife will not be long ; 
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To him that overcometh 

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Our Leader all controls ; 
Our trophies, fetters broken ; 

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To Thee all praise be due, 
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Not unto us: in glory 

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Exultingly again. 

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3 No bar would I remove, 

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Full liberty I find. 

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Bring, bring Thy pilgrim through. 

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Always, only, for my King. 
Take my lips, and let them be 
Filled with messages from Thee. 

4 Take my silver and my gold ; 
Not a mite would I withhold. 



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Take my will, and make it Thine ; 
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Take my heart, it is Thine own ; 
It shall be Thy royal throne. 

Take my love ; my Lord, I pour 
At Thy feet its treasure-store. 
Take myself, and I will be 
Ever, only, all for Thee. 

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153 ( ST - GEORGE) S. M. 

1 REVIVE Thy work, O Lord, 

Thy mighty arm make bare ; 
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And make Thy people hear, [dead, 

2 Revive Thy work, O Lord, 

Disturb this sleep of death ; 
Quicken the smouldering embers now 
By Thine almighty breath. 

3 Revive Thy work, O Lord, 

Create soul- thirst for Thee ; 



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O may our spirits be. 

4 Revive Thy work, O Lord, 

Exalt Thy precious Name ; 
And, by the Holy Ghost, our love 
For Thee and Thine inflame. 

5 Revive Thy work, O Lord, 

Give pentecostal showers : 
The glory shall be all Thine own, 
The blessing, Lord, be ours. 

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Saviour,' may we hear Thy call, 

Give our hearts to Thy obedience, 

Serve and love Thee best of all. 

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3 Shrink not, Christians : will ye yield ? 
Will ye quit the painful field? 

Will ye flee in danger's hour? 
Know ye not your Captain's power? 



4 Let your drooping hearts be glad ; 
March, in heavenly armor clad ; 
Fight, nor think the battle long ; 
Victory soon shall tune your song. 

5 Let not sorrow dim your eye, 
Soon shall every tear be dry ; 
Let not woe your course impede, 
Great your strength, if great your need. 



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More than conquerors ye shall prove : 
Though opposed by many a foe, 
Christian soldiers, onward go. 

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Let no fears thy soul annoy ; 
Be the prospect ne'er so dreary, 
Thou shalt reap the fruits of joy. 

4 Lo ! the scene of verdure brightening, 

See the rising grain appear : 
Look again ; the fields are whitening, 
For the harvest-time is near. 

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Yielding henceforth to our glorious King ; 
Valiant endeavor and loving obedience 

Freely and joyously now would we bring. — ref. 

3 True-hearted ! Saviour, Thou knowest our story ; • 

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In the full glow of day's clear light, 
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With enemies on every side, 
We lean on Thee, the Crucified ; 
Forsaking all on earth beside, 
We follow Thee. 



4 O Master, point Thou out the way, 
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Then in the path that leads to day 

We follow Thee. 

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Whom on this earth, save Thee, to love ? 
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We follow Thee. 

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3 Go, labor on : enough while here 
If He shall praise thee, if He deign 
Thy willing heart to mark and cheer ; 
No toil for Him shall be in vain. 



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4 Go, labor on while it is day : 

The world's dark night is hastening on. 
Speed, speed thy work, cast sloth away ; 
It is not thus that souls are won. 

5 Toil on, and in thy toil rejoice ; 
For toil comes rest, for exile home ; 
Soon shalt thou hear the Bridegroom's 

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Thy hungering ones with manna 

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3 O strengthen me, that while I stand 

Firm on the Rock, and strong in 
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1 may stretch out a loving hand 

To wrestlers with the troubled sea. 



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1 SO let our lips and lives express 
The holy gospel we profess ; 

So let our works and virtues shine, 
To prove the doctrine all Divine. 

2 Thus shall we best proclaim abroad 
The honors of our Saviour God ; 
When His salvation reigns within, 
And grace subdues the power of 

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4 O teach me, Lord, that I may teach 

The precious things Thou dost im- 
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And wing my words, that they may 
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The hidden depths of many a heart. 

5 O use me, Lord, use even me, 

Just as Thou wilt, and when, and 
where ; 
Until Thy blessed face I see, 

Thy rest, Thy joy, Thy glory share. 

Frances R. Havergal, 1872 



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Passion and envy, lust and pride ; 
While justice, temperance, truth, and 

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4 Religion bears our spirits up, 
While we expect that blessed hope, 
The bright appearance of the Lord ; 
And faith stands leaning on His word. 

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O give me grace to follow 

My Master and my Friend. 

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2 Lead on, O King Eternal, 

Till sin's fierce war shall cease, 
And Holiness shall whisper 

The sweet Amen of peace ; 
For not with swords loud clashing, 

Nor roll of stirring drums, 
But deeds of love and mercy, 

The heavenly kingdom comes. 



Lead on. O King Eternal : 

We follow, not with fears ; 
For gladness breaks like morning 

Where'er Thy face appears; 
Thy cross is lifted o'er us ; 

We journey in its light : 
The crown awaits the conquest ; 

Lead on, O God of might. 

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Loud your anthems raise. — ref. 



3 Like a mighty army 

Moves the Church of God ; 
Brothers, we are treading 

Where the saints have trod ; 
We are not divided, 

All one body we, 
One in hope and doctrine, 

One in charity. — ref. 



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Kingdoms rise and wane, 
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Constant will remain : 
Gates of hell can never 

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We have Christ's own promise, 

And that cannot fail. — ref. 



Onward, then, ye people. 

Join our happy throng. 
Blend with ours your voices 

In the triumph-song ; 
Glory, laud, and honor 

Unto Christ the King : 
This through count! - ges 

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And then go home my crown to wear, 
For there's a crown for me. 



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And His dear Name repeat. 

O precious cross ! O glorious crown ! 

O resurrection day ! 
Ye angels, from the stars flash down, 

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Would reap where they have strown. 

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To do Thy will we come ; [stirred, 
Thrust in our sickles at Thy word, 
And bear our harvest home. 

Rev. Samuel Longfellow, 1864 



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With us reproach to dare, 
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The world to Christ we bring 

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Since Thou, O Lord, for all hast died ; 
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To love them all in Thee. 



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All those who live to Thee. 

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1 LORD, lead the way the Saviour went, 

By lane and cell obscure ; 
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Like His, upon the poor. 

2 Like Him, through scenes of deep 

distress, 
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Would seek the desolate. 



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Let the voice of hope be heard. 



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4 Where the shadows deepest lie, 

Carry truth's unsullied ray : 
Where are crimes of blackest dye, 
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5 Be the banner still unfurled, 

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Till the kingdoms of the world 
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His constant mercy bless, Earnest of joy above, 

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2 His arm the strength imparts 
Our daily toil to bear ; 
His grace alone inspires our hearts 
Each other's load to share. 



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Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1861 



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Speak Love's message, low and tender; 

'Twas for sinners Jesus came. 
See ! the shadows lengthen 'round us, 

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2 O joy, to see that Master dear ! 
O joy, to live with Him so near ! 
O joy, that gentle voice to hear ! 

3 O more than joy, to that dear Lord, 
In purest, deepest love adored, 
All lowly service to afford ! 

4 O Jesus, throned above the height, 
Adoring troops of angels bright 
Wait on Thy bidding day and night 



5 Thy sacred form we cannot see, 

Yet, Lord, these hands may render Thee 
Each lowly act of charity. 

6 For while 'mid want and woe we move, 
And tend Thy poor in gentle love, 
We minister to Thee above. 

7 O gracious Jesus, we confess 

Our poor cold love, our nothingness : 
Yet Thou wilt own, and Thou wilt bless. 

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A nation in a day. 

Blest river of salvation, 

Pursue thy onward way ; 
Flow thou to every nation, 

Nor in thy richness stay : 
Stay not till all the lowly 

Triumphant reach their home ; 
Stay not till all the holy 

Proclaim, " The Lord is come." 

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And vainly seek to comprehend 
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3 Fling out the banner ! heathen lands 

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And nations, crowding to be born, 
Baptize their spirits in its light. 



4 Fling out the banner ! sin-sick souls, 

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And spring immortal into life. 

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Skyward and seaward, high and wide, 
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Our only hope, the Crucified ! 

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Shall all that now unites us 

More sweet and lasting prove, 
A closer bond of union 

In a blest land of love ? 
Shall war be learned no longer ? 

Shall strife and tumult cease ? 
All earth His blessed kingdom, 

The Lord and Prince of Peace ! 



O long-expected dawning, 

Come with thy cheering ray ; 
When shall the morning brighten, 

The shadows flee away ? 
O sweet anticipation ! 

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To pray, and hope, and labor, 

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Waft, waft, ye winds, His story, 

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The Lamb for sinners slain, 
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1 YE Christian heralds, go proclaim 
Salvation through Emmanuel's Name ; 
To distant climes the tidings bear, 
And plant the Rose of Sharon there. 

2 God shield you with a wall of fire, 
With flaming zeal your breasts inspire, 



Bid raging winds their fury cease, 
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3 And when our labors all are o'er, 
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To awe the bold, to stay the weak, 
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Traveller, ages are its own, 

See, it bursts o'er all the earth. 



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Traveller, darkness takes its flight, 

Doubt and terror are withdrawn. 
W T atchman, let thy wanderings cease ; 

Hie thee to thy quiet home : 
Traveller, lo, the Prince of Peace, 

Lo, the Son of God is come ! 



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Tell on ages, tell for God. 

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2 For Him shall endless prayer be made, 
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3 People and realms of every tongue 
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Angels descend with songs again, 
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To every wounded conscience given; 
And let them also share Thy heaven. 



Recall the wanderers from Thy fold ; 
Unite those now who walk apart ; 
Confirm the weak and doubting heart : 

4 So they with us may evermore 
Such grace with wondering thanks 

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By all the Church in earth and heaven. 



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Only Thou our Leader be, 
And we still will follow Thee. 

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While each in expectation lives, 
And longs to see the day. 



6 From sorrow, toil, and pain, 
And sin, we shall be free ; 
And perfect love and friendship reign 
Through all eternity. 

Rev. John Fawcett, 1782 



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1 BLESSED are the sons of God, 
They are bought with Christ's own 

blood : 
They are ransomed from the grave, 
Life eternal they shall have : 
With them numbered may we be, 
Here and in eternity. 

2 They are justified by grace, 
They enjoy the Saviour's peace ; 
All their sins are washed away, 

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With them numbered may we be, 
Here and in eternity. 

3 They are lights upon the earth, 
Children of a heavenly birth ; 
One with God, with Jesus one, 
Glory is in them begun : 
With them numbered may we be, 
Here and in eternity. 

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Though now divided by the stream, 
The narrow stream of death ; 

4 One army of the living God, 

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1 GIVE me the wings of faith to rise 

Within the veil, and see 
The saints above, how great their joys, 
And bright their glories be. 

2 Once they were mourning here below, 

And wet their couch with tears ; 
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And reach that heavenly land : 

6 E'en now by faith we join our hands 

With those that went before, 
And greet the blood-besprinkled bands 
On the eternal shore. 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1759 



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Their triumph to His death. 

4 They marked the footsteps that He trod, 

His zeal inspired their breast ; 
And, following their incarnate God, 
Possess the promised rest. 

5 Our glorious Leader claims our praise 

For His own pattern given, 
While the long cloud of witnesses 
Show the same path to heaven. 

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5 Enough, if Thou at last 
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W^here saints and angels live. 

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3 O may Thy soldiers, faithful, true, and bold, 
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4 O blest communion, fellowship Divine ! 
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5 And when the strife is fierce, the warfare long, 
Steals on the ear the distant triumph-song, 

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6 The golden evening brightens in the west ; 
Soon, soon to faithful warriors cometh rest ; 
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Thy glory I might know : 
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3 And Thou hast brought to me 

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Thy pardon and Thy love : 



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Shall never lose its power Lies silent in the grave. 

William Cowper, 1772 



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2 Why should we tarry when Jesus is pleading, 

Pleading for you and for me ? 
Why should we linger and heed not His mercies, 
Mercies for you and for me ? — ref. 

3 O for the wonderful love He has promised, 

Promised for you and for me ; 
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3 Take up thy cross; nor heed the shame, 

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Thy Lord refused not e'en to die 
Upon a cross, on Calvary's hill. 

ZEPHYR L. M. 



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And calmly sin's wild deluge brave; 
'Twill guide thee to a better home, 
It points to glory o'er the grave. 

5 Take up thy cross, and follow on, 

Nor think till death to lay it down ; 
For only he who bears the cross 
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4 God calling yet ! and shall I give 
No heed, but still in bondage live? 
I wait, but He does not forsake ; 
He calls me still ; my heart, awake ! 



3 God calling yet ! and shall He knock, 5 God calling yet ! I cannot stay ; 

And I my heart the closer lock? My heart I yield without delay : 

He still is waiting to receive, Vain world, farewell, from thee I part; 

And shall I dare His Spirit grieve ? The voice of God hath reached my heart. 



Gerhard Tersteegen, 1735. Tr. Sarah B. Findlater, 1855 : 
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L. M. 



1 BEHOLD ! a Stranger's at the door ; 
He gently knocks, has knocked before ; 
Has waited long, is waiting still : 
You treat no other friend so ill. 

2 But will He prove a friend indeed? 
He will, the very Friend you need ; 
The Man of Nazareth, 'tis He, 
With garments dyed at Calvary. 



3 O lovely attitude ! He stands 
With melting heart and laden hands : 
O matchless kindness ! and He shows 
This matchless kindness to His foes. 

4 Rise, touched with gratitude Divine ; 
Turn out His enemy and thine, 

That soul-destroying monster, sin, 
And let the heavenly Stranger in. 



5 Admit Him ere His anger burn ; 
His feet, departed, ne'er return : 
Admit Him, or the hour's at hand 
When at His door denied you'll stand. 

Rev. Joseph Grigg, 1765 : verse 4, 1. 3, alt. 



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So patiently to wait ! 
O sin that hath no equal, 

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3 O Jesus, Thou art pleading 

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" I died for you, My children, 

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O Lord, with shame and sorrow 

We open now the door ; 
Dear Saviour, enter, enter, 

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Bishop William W. How, 1867 



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Oswald Allen, 1861 



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A cordial for our fears. 

2 Buried in sorrow and in sin, 

At hell's dark door we lay; 



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The aged and the young. 



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O be it still pursued ; 
Lest, slighted once, the season fair 
Should never be renewed. 

5 To Jesus may we fly 

Swift as the morning light, [die 
Lest life's young golden beams should 
In sudden, endless night. 

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If He be my Guide? [prints 

"In His feet and hands are wound 
And His side." 

3 Is there diadem, as Monarch, 

That His brow adorns ? 
"Yea, a crown, in very. surety, 
But of thorns." 



4 If I find Him, if I follow, 
What His guerdon here ? 

" Many a sorrow, many a labor, 
Many a tear. ' ' 

5 If I still hold closely to Him, 
What hath He at last ? 

" Sorrow vanquished, labor ended, 
Jordan passed." 

6 If I ask Him to receive me, 
Will He say me nay? 
" Xot till earth and not till heaven 
Pass away. ' ' 

Rev. John If. Neale, 1862 



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i Hark, my soul, it is the Lord ! 
'Tis thy Saviour, hear His word ; 
Jesus speaks, and speaks to thee, 
"Say, poor sinner, lovest Thou Me? 

2 "I delivered thee when bound, 
And, when bleeding, healed thy wound; 
Sought thee wandering, set thee right, 
Turned thy darkness into light. 

3 "Can a woman's tender care 
Cease towards the child she bare ? 
Yes, she may forgetful be, 

Yet will I remember thee. 



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4 "Mine is an unchanging love, 
Higher than the heights above, 
Deeper than the depths beneath, 
Free and faithful, strong as death. 

Thou shalt see My glory soon, 
When the work of grace is done; 
Partner of My throne shalt be : 
Say, poor sinner, lovest thou Me?' 

6 Lord, it is my chief complaint, 
That my love is weak and faint ; 
Yet I love Thee and adore ; 
O for grace to love Thee more ! 

William Cowper, 1768 



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3 "Ye who, tossed on beds of pain, 
Seek for ease, but seek in vain ; 



Ye, by fiercer anguish torn, 

In remorse for guilt who mourn ; 

4 "Hither come, for here is found 
Balm that flows for every wound, 
Peace that ever shall endure, 
Rest eternal, sacred, sure." 

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I love to tell the story, 

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To hear it, like the rest. 
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That I have loved so long. — ref. 

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2 Joy of the comfortless, light of the straying, 

Hope of the penitent, fadeless and pure ! 
Here speaks the Comforter, tenderly saying, 

" Earth has no sorrows that heaven cannot cure." 

3 Here see the Bread of Life ; see waters flowing 

Forth from the throne of God, pure from above : 
Come to the feast prepared ; come, ever knowing 
Earth has no sorrows but heaven can remove. 

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Remember, I'm the sinner 

Whom Jesus came to save: 
Tell me the story always, 

If you would really be, 
In any time of trouble, 

A comforter to me. — ref. 



3 Tell me the same old story, 

When you have cause to fear 
That this world's empty glory 

Is costing me too dear : 
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Is dawning on my soul, 
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" Christ Jesus makes thee whole. ' ' — ref. 

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2 Day is declining, and the sun is low ; 

The shadows lengthen, light makes haste to go : 
Room, room, still room ! O enter, enter now. 

3 The bridal hall is filling for the feast ; 

Pass in, pass in, and be the Bridegroom's guest : 
Room, room, still room ! O enter, enter now. 

4 Yet there is room : still open stands the gate, 
The gate of love ; it is not yet too late : 
Room, room, still room ! 6 enter, enter now. 

5 Louder and sweeter sounds the loving call ; 
Come, lingerer, come ; enter that festal hall : 
Room, room, still room ! O enter, enter now. 

6 Ere night that gate may close, and seal thy doom ; 
Then the last low, long cry, " No room, no room !" 
No room, no room ! O woeful cry, " Xo room !" 

Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1879 



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Teach us, Lord, to live a life 

Meet for sojourners below. 
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Lead us, Saviour, as the ark 

Led Thy chosen on their way. 



3 Weak and weary and alone 

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Then be all Thy mercy shown, 

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Guard us in that darksome hour, 

Lead us to the land of rest, 
Where, secure from Satan's power, 

We may lie upon Thy breast. 

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2 So vile I am, how dare I hope to stand 
In the pure glory of that holy land ? 
Before the whiteness of that throne appear ? 

Yet there are hands stretched out to draw me near. 

3 The while I fain would tread the heavenly way, 
Evil is ever with me day by day ; 

Yet on mine ears the gracious tidings fall, 

" Repent, confess, thou shalt be loosed from all." 

4 It is the voice of Jesus that I hear ; 

His are the hands stretched out to draw me near, 
And His the blood that can for all atone, 
And set me faultless there before the throne. 

5 Yea, Thou wilt answer for me, righteous Lord ; 
Thine all the merits, mine the great reward ; 
Thine the sharp thorns, and mine the golden crown ; 
Mine the life won, and Thine the life laid down. 

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2 By Thy helpless infant years, 
By Thy life of want and tears, 
By Thy days of sore distress 
In the savage wilderness, 
By the dread mysterious hour 
Of the insulting tempter's power, 
Turn, O turn a favoring eye, 
Hear our solemn litany. 



3 By the sacred griefs that wept 
O'er the grave where Lazarus slept, 
By the boding tears that flowed 
Over Salem's loved abode, 
By the anguished sigh that told 
Treachery lurked within Thy fold, — 
From Thy seat above the sky 
Hear our solemn litany. 



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By Thine hour of dire despair, 
By Thine agony of prayer, 
By the cross, the nail, the thorn, 
Piercing spear, and torturing scorn, 
By the gloom that veiled the skies 
O'er the dreadful sacrifice, — 
Listen to our humble cry, 
Hear our solemn litany. 



By Thy deep expiring groan, 
By the sad sepulchral stone, 
By the vault whose dark abode 
Held in vain the rising God, — 
O from earth to heaven restored, 
Mighty, re-ascended Lord, 
Listen, listen to the cry 
Of our solemn litany. 

Sir Robert Grant, 1815 



225 (BLUMENTHAL or SEYMOUR) 7. 7. 7. 7. 



1 HOLY Father, hear my cry ; 

Holy Saviour, bend Thine ear ; 
Holy Spirit, come Thou nigh : 
Father, Saviour, Spirit, hear. 

2 Father, save me from my sin ; 

Saviour, I Thy mercy crave ; 
Gracious Spirit, make me clean : 
Father, Son, and Spirit, save. 



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3 Father, let me taste Thy love ; 

Saviour, fill my soul with peace ; 
Spirit, come my heart to move : 
Father, Son, and Spirit, bless. 

4 Father, Son, and Spirit — Thou 

One Jehovah, shed abroad 
All Thy grace within me now ; 
Be my Father and my God. 

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Long provoked Him to His face, 
Would not hearken to His calls, 
Grieved Him by a thousand falls. 

3 Kindled His relentings are ; 
Me He now delights to spare ; 



Cries, " How shall I give Thee up?" 
Lets the lifted thunder drop. 

4 There for me the Saviour stands, 
Shows His wounds, and spreads His hands; 
God is Love : I know, I feel ; 
Jesus weeps, but loves me still. 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1740 



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3 Holy Spirit, grieved and tried, 
Oft forgotten and defied, 

Now we mourn our stubborn pride 
We beseech Thee, hear us. 

4 Love that caused us first to be, 
Love that bled upon the tree, 
Love that draws us lovingly : 

We beseech Thee, hear us. 

HAMBURG L. M. 



5 Thou who hearest each contrite sigh, 
Bidding sinful souls draw nigh, 
Willing not that one should die, 

We beseech Thee, hear us. 

6 By the love that bids Thee spare, 
By the heaven Thou dost prepare, 
By Thy promises to prayer, 

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Purge Thou my sin away, 
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Lord, make me clean. 



3 Faithful and just art Thou, 

Forgiving all ; 
Loving and kind art Thou 

When poor ones call : 
Lord, let the cleansing blood, 
Blood of the Lamb of God, 

Pass o'er my soul. 

4 Then all is peace and light 

This soul within ; 
Thus shall I walk with Thee, 

The loved Unseen ; 
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Guided along the road, 

Nothing between. 

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1 O Thou that hear'st when sinners cry, 

Though all my crimes before Thee lie, 
Behold them not with angry look, 
But blot their memory from Thy book. 

2 Create my nature pure within, 
And form my soul averse to sin ; 
Let Thy good Spirit ne'er depart, 
Nor hide Thy presence from my heart. 



I cannot live without Thy light. 
Cast out and banished from Thy sight 
Thy holy joys, my God, restore, 
And guard me. that I fall no more. 

A broken heart, my God, my King, 
Is all the sacrifice I bring ; 
The God of grace will ne'er despise 
A broken heart for sacrifice. 

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And with crown of thorn, 
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O come to my heart, Lord Jesus, 
Thy cross is my only plea. 



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5 Just as I am ! Thou wilt receive, 
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O Lamb of God, I come. 

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2 Though coming weak and vile, 
Thou dost my strength assure ; 

Thou dost my vileness fully cleanse, 
Till spotless all and pure. — ref. 

3 'Tis Jesus calls me on 
To perfect faith and love, 

To perfect hope, and peace, and trust, 
For earth and heaven above. — ref. 



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Could my zeal no respite know, 
Could my tears for ever flow, 
All for sin could not atone ; 
Thou must save, and Thou alone. 

3 Nothing in my hand I bring, 
Simply to Thy cross I cling ; 
Naked, come to Thee for dress, 

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Foul, I to the fountain fly ; 
Wash me, Saviour, or I die. 

4 While I draw this fleeting breath, 
When my eyelids close in death, 
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See Thee on Thy judgment throne, 
Rock of Ages, cleft for me, 
Let me hide myself in Thee. 

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i I AM coming to the cross ; 
I am poor and weak and blind ; 

1 am counting all but dross ; 

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Ref. — I am trusting, Lord, in Thee, 
Blessed Lamb of Calvary ; 
Humbly at Thy cross I bow ; 
Save me, Jesus, save me now. 

2 Long my heart has sighed for Thee : 
Long has evil reigned within ; 



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3 Here I give my all to Thee, — 
Friends and time and earthly store ; 

Soul and body Thine to be, 

Wholly Thine, for ever more. — ref. 

4 In the promises I trust ; 
Now I feel the blood applied ; 

I am prostrate in the dust ; 

I with Christ am crucified. — ref. 

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4 Yes, I believe : and only Thou 
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Lord, to Thy truth my spirit bow ; 
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2 A cloud of witnesses around 
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Forget the steps already trod, 
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3 'Tis God's all-animating voice 

That calls thee from on high ; 
'Tis His own hand presents the prize 
To thine aspiring eye : 

4 That prize with peerless glories bright, 

Which shall new lustre boast, 
When victors' wreaths and monarchs' 
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5 Blest Saviour, introduced by Thee, 
Have I my race begun ; 
And, crowned with victory, at Thy feet 
I'll lay my honors down. 

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1 O HELP us, Lord ; each hour of need 
Thy heavenly succor give : 

Help us in thought, and word, and deed, 
Each hour on earth we live. 

2 O help us when our spirits bleed, 
With contrite anguish sore ; 

And when our hearts are cold and dead, 
O help us, Lord, the more. 



3 O help us, through the prayer of faith 
More firmly to believe ; 

For still, the more the servant hath, 
The more shall he receive. 

4 O help us, Jesus, from on high ; 
We know no help but Thee : 

O help us so to live and die 
As Thine in heaven to be. 

Rev. Henry H. Milman, 1827 



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5 O wondrous love ! to bleed and die, 

To bear the cross and shame, 
That guilty sinners, such as I, 
Might plead Thy gracious Name ! 

Rev. John Newton, 1779 
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With this I venture nigh : 
Thou callest burdened souls to Thee, 
And such, O Lord, am I. 

3 Bowed down beneath a load of sin, 

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Wondrous Sovereign of the sea, 
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me. 



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1 Christian, seek not yet repose, 
Cast thy dreams of ease away ; 
Thou art in the midst of foes : 

Watch and pray. 

2 Hear the victors who o'ercame ; 
Still they mark each warrior's way ; 
All with one sweet voice exclaim, 

" Watch and pray." 



When at last I near the shore, 
And the fearful breakers roar 
'Twixt me and the peaceful rest, 
Then, while leaning on Thy breast, 
May I hear Thee say to me, 
" Fear not, I will pilot thee." 

Rev. Edward Hopper, 1871 



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Him thou lovest to obey ; 
Hide within thy heart His word, 

" Watch and pray." 

4 Watch, as if on that alone 
Hung the issue of the day ; 
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Watch and pray. 



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Shall conquer, though they die ; 

They view the triumph from afar, 
And seize it with their eye. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, c. 1723 
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On flowery beds of ease, 
While others fought to win the prize, 
And sailed through bloody seas? 

3 Are there no foes for me to face? 

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Is this vile world a friend to grace, 
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2 Run the straight race 
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Life with its way before us lies, 
Christ is the Path, and Christ the Prize. 

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I lift my tearful eyes above, — 
His banner over me is love. 



2 Its sword my spirit will not yield, 
Though flesh may faint upon the field ; 
He waves before my fading sight 
The branch of palm, the crown of 

light : 
I lift my brightening eyes above, — 
His banner over me is love. 



My cloud of battle-dust may dim, 
His veil of splendor curtain Him ; 
And in the midnight of my fear 
I may not feel Him standing near : 
But, as I lift mine eyes above, 
His banner over me is love. 



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A strict account to give. 

4 Help me to watch and pray, 
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I shall for ever die. 

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1 MY soul, be on thy guard ; 

Ten thousand foes arise, 
A host of sins are pressing hard 
To draw thee from the skies. 

2 O watch, and fight, and pray; 

The battle ne'er give o'er; 
Renew it boldly every day, 
And help Divine implore. 



3 Ne'er think the victory won, 

Nor lay thine armor down ; 
Thine arduous work will not be done, 
Till thou obtain thy crown. 

4 Fight on, my soul, till death 

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He'll take thee, at thy parting breath, 
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Stay Thou near by ; 
Temptations lose their power 
When Thou art nigh. — ref. 

3 I need Thee every hour, 

In joy or pain ; 
Come quickly, and abide, 
Or life is vain. — ref. 

4 I need Thee every hour; 

Teach me Thy will, 

And Thy rich promises 

In me fulfil. — ref. 

5 I need Thee every hour, 

Most Holy One ; 
O make me Thine indeed, 
Thou blessed Son. — ref. 

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Freely offered up, 
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Faith shall drink the cup. 



When in dust and ashes 

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Thou art my Rock. 

5 Standing alone on Jordan's brink, 
In that tremendous latest strife, 

Thou wilt not suffer me to sink : 
Thou art my Life. 

6 Thou wilt my every want supply, 
E'en to the end, whate'er befall; 

Through life, in death, eternally, 
Thou art my All. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1869 



2 Look down on me, for I am weak ; 
I feel the toilsome journey's length; 

Thine aid omnipotent I seek: 
Thou art my Strength. 

3 I am bewildered on my way, 
Dark and tempestuous is the night ; 

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Thou art my Light. 

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1 MY God and Father, while I stray 
Far from my home in life's rough way, 

teach me from my heart to say, 

Thy will be done. 

2 Though dark my path and sad my lot, 
Let me be still and murmur not, 

Or breathe the prayer Divinely taught, 
Thy will be done. 

3 If thou shouldst call me to resign 
What most I prize, it ne'er was mine; 

1 only yield Thee what was Thine: 

• Thy will be done. 



4 If but my fainting heart be blest 
With Thy sweet Spirit for its guest, 
My God, to Thee I leave the rest; 

Thy will be done. 

5 Renew my will from day to day ; 
Blend it with Thine, and take away 
All that now makes it hard to say, 

Thy will be done. 

6 Then, when on earth I breathe no more 
The prayer oft mixed with tears before, 
I'll sing upon a happier shore, 

Thy will be done. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1834 



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Thy cross before to guide me. 

5 Thou spread'st a table in my sight; 
Thy unction grace bestoweth; 

And O what transport of delight 
From Thy pure chalice floweth. 

6 And so through all the length of days 
Thy goodness faileth never: 

Good Shepherd, may I sing Thy praise 
Within Thy house for ever. 

Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, Bart., 1868 



4 I am trusting Thee to guide me; 

Thou alone shalt lead, 
Every day and hour supplying 
All my need. 

5 I am trusting Thee for power, 

Thine can never fail ; 
Words which Thou Thyself shalt give me 
Must prevail. 

6 I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus; 

Never let me fall ; 
I am trusting Thee for ever, 
And for all. 

Frances R. Havergal, 1874 



2 Where streams of living water flow 
My ransomed soul He leadeth, 

And, where the verdant pastures grow, 
With food celestial feedeth. 

3 Perverse and foolish oft I strayed, 
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Great and free. 

2 I am trusting Thee for pardon; 

At Thy feet I bow; 

For Thy grace and tender mercy, 

Trusting now. 

3 I am trusting Thee for cleansing 

In the crimson flood ; 
Trusting Thee to make me holy 
By Thy blood. 



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1 FATHER of Love, our Guide and 
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1 O GOD of Bethel, by whose hand 

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Our souls arrive in peace. 

Such blessings from Thy gracious hand 

Our humble prayers implore ; . 
And Thou shalt be our chosen God, 

And portion evermore. 

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1 IN heavenly love abiding, 

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My heart may low be laid ; 
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2 Wherever He may guide me, 

Xo want shall turn me back ; 
My Shepherd is beside me, 
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3 Green pastures are before me, 

Which yet I have not seen ; 
Bright skies will soon be o'er me, 

Where the dark clouds have been. 
My hope I cannot measure, 

The path to life is free ; 
My Saviour has my treasure, 

And He will walk with me. 

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Thy dross to consume, and thy gold to refine. 

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1 MY times are in Thy hand ; 

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When storms of fierce temptation beat, 

And furious foes assail, 
My refuge is the mercy-seat, 

My hope within the veil. 
From strife of tongues and bitter words 

My spirit flies to Thee : 
Joy to my heart the thought affords, 

My Saviour died for me. 



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No path we shun, no darkness dread, 
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And trembling faith is changed to fear, 



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The murmuring wind, the quivering 
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4 On Thee we fling our burdening woe, 
O Love Divine, for ever dear; 

Content to suffer while we know, 
Living and dying, Thou art near. 

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3 For one thing only, Lord, dear Lord, 

I plead : 
Lead me aright, 
Though strength should falter and 

though heart should bleed, 
Through peace to light. 

4 I do not ask, O Lord, that Thou 

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1 THERE is a safe and secret place, 

Beneath the wings Divine, 
Reserved for all the heirs of grace ; 
O be that refuge mine ! 

2 The least and feeblest there may bide, 

Uninjured and unawed ; 
While thousands fall on every side, 
He rests secure in God. 



Give but a ray of peace, that I may 
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5 I do not ask my cross to under- 

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Better in darkness just to feel Thy 
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And follow Thee. 

6 Joy is like restless day ; but peace 

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Like quiet night : 
Lead me, O Lord, till perfect day 
shall shine, 
Through peace to light. 

Adelaide A. Procter, 1862 



3 He feeds in pastures, large and fair, 

Of love and truth Divine : 
O child of God, O glory's heir, 
How rich a lot is thine ! 

4 A hand almighty to defend, 

An ear for every call, 
An honored life, a peaceful end, 
And heaven to crown it all ! 

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4 There is a stream whose gentle flow 
Supplies the city of our God ; 

Life, love, and joy, still gliding through, 
And watering our Divine abode. 

5 That sacred stream, Thy holy word, 
Our grief allays, our fear controls; 

Sweet peace Thy promises afford, 
And give new strength to fainting 

souls. 



3 Loud may the troubled ocean roar; 

In sacred peace our souls abide, 
While every nation, every shore, 

Trembles, and dreads the swelling tide. 

6 Zion enjoys her Monarch's love, 
Secure against a threatening hour ; 

Nor can her firm foundations move, 

Built on His truth, and armed with power. 

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1 HOW gentle God's commands, 
How kind His precepts are ! 

Come, cast your burdens on the Lord. 
And trust His constant care. 

2 While Providence supports, 
Let saints securely dwell ; 

That hand, which bears all nature up, 
Shall guide His children well. 



3 Why should this anxious load 
Press down your weary mind ? 

Haste to your heavenly Father's throne, 
And sweet refreshment find. 

4 His goodness stands approved, 
Down to the present day; 

I'll drop my burden at His feet, 
And bear a song away. 

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How they who seek in God their rest 
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3 How God hath built above 

A city fair and new, [prove 

Where eye and heart shall see and 
What faith has counted true. 

Rev. Paul Gerhardt, 

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4 My heart for gladness springs ; 

It cannot more be sad ; 
For very joy it laughs and sings,- 
Sees naught but sunshine glad. 

5 The sun that lights mine eyes 

Is Christ, the Lord I love ; 
I sing for joy of that which lies 
Stored up for us above. 

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5 Jesus, Guardian of Thy flock, 
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Daily strength for daily needs : 
Cast foreboding fears away, 

Take the manna of to-day. 

3 Lord, my times are in Thy hand ; 
All my sanguine hopes have planned 



To Thy wisdom I resign, 

And would make Thy purpose mine. 

Thou my daily task shalt give; 
Day by day to Thee I live ; 
So shall added years fulfil, 
Not my own, my Father's will. 

Josiah Conder, 1836 



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1 WAIT, my soul, upon the Lord, 
To His gracious promise flee, 

Laying hold upon His word, 

"As thy days thy strength shall be. ' ' 

2 If the sorrows of thy case 
Seem peculiar still to thee, 

God has promised needful grace : 
"As thy days thy strength shall be." 



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285 NAOMI) 

1 FATHER, whate'er of earthly bliss 
Thy sovereign will denies, 

Accepted at Thy throne of grace, 
Let this petition rise : 

2 Give me a calm, a thankful heart, 
From every murmur free ; 



3 Days of trial, days of grief, 
In succession thou mayst see ; 

This is still thy sweet relief: 

"As thy days thy strength shall be." 

4 Rock of Ages, I'm secure, 
With Thy promise, full and free, 

Faithful, positive, and sure, 

"As thy days thy strength shall be." 

William F. Lloyd (1791-1853) 



The blessings of Thy grace impart, 
And make me live to Thee. 

3 Let the sweet hope that Thou art mine 

My life and death attend ; 
Thy presence through my journey shine, 

And crown my journey's end. 

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3 But warm, sweet, tender, even yet 

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And faith has still its Olivet, 
And love its Galilee. 

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1 MAJESTIC sweetness sits enthroned 

Upon the Saviour's brow; 
His head with radiant glories crowned, 
His lips with grace o'erfiow. 

2 No mortal can with Him compare, 

Among the sons of men ; 
Fairer is He than all the fair 
That fill the heavenly train. 

3 He saw me plunged in deep distress, 

He flew to my relief; 
For me He bore the shameful cross, 
And carried all my grief. 



We touch Him in life's throng and 
And we are whole again. [press, 

5 Through Him the first fond prayers are 

Our lips of childhood frame ; [said 
The last low whispers of our dead 
Are burdened with His Name. 

6 Our Lord, and Master of us all, 

Whate'er our name or sign, 
We own Thy sway, we hear Thy call, 
We test our lives by Thine. 

John G. Whittier, 1866 
C. M. 

4 To Him I owe my life and breath, 
And all the joys I have ; 

He makes me triumph over death, 
And saves me from the grave. 

5 To heaven, the place of His abode, 
He brings my weary feet ; 

Shows me the glories of my God, 
And makes my joys complete. 

6 Since from His bounty I receive 
Such proofs of love Divine, 

Had I a thousand hearts to give, 
Lord, they should all be Thine. 

Rev. Samuel Stennett, 1787 : verse 1, 1. 2, alt. 



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Then kindles love Divine. To seek Thee more and more. 

3 O Jesus, Light of all below, 5 Thee may our tongues for ever bless ; 

Thou Fount of life and fire, Thee may we love alone ; 

Surpassing all the joys we know, And ever in our lives express 

And all we can desire ! The image of Thine own. 

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My Lord, my Life, my Way, my End, 
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3 Dear Name! the Rock on which I build, 5 Weak is the effort of my heart, 
My Shield and Hiding-place, And cold my warmest thought; 

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1 JESUS, I love Thy charming Name, 

'Tis music to mine ear ; 
Fain would I sound it out so loud 
That earth and heaven should hear. 

2 Yes, Thou art precious to my soul, 

My Transport and my Trust ; 
Jewels to Thee are gaudy toys, 
And gold is sordid dust. 



3 All my capacious powers can wish 

In Thee doth richly meet ; 
Not to mine eyes is light so dear, 
Nor friendship half so sweet. 

4 Thy grace still dwells upon my heart, 

And sheds its fragrance there ; 
The noblest balm of all its wounds, 
The cordial of its care. 

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O Saviour of mankind. None but His loved ones know. 

3 O Hope of every contrite heart, 5 Jesus, our only Joy be Thou, 

O Joy of all the meek, As Thou our Prize wilt be ; 

To those who fall, how kind Thou art ! Jesus, be Thou our Glory now, 

How good to those who seek ! And through eternity. 

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Though poor, I shall be richer 

Than monarch on his throne 



3 If, while on earth I wander, 

My heart is light and blest, 
Ah, what shall I be yonder, 

In perfect peace and rest ? 
O blessed thought in dying ! 

We go to meet the Lord, 
Where there shall be no sighing, 

A kingdom our reward. 

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One half hath not been told me 

Of all Thy power and grace ; 
Thy beauty, Lord, and glory, 

The wonders of Thy love, 
Shall be the endless story 

Of all Thy saints above. 

Rev. James G. Deck, 1842 



'Tis only in Thee hiding, 

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The conflict can endure : 
Thine arm the victory gaineth 

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1 JESUS, Thou art the sinner's Friend ; 
As such I look to Thee ; 

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Lord, remember me. 

2 Remember Thy pure word of grace, 
Remember Calvary's tree, 

Remember all Thy dying groans, 
And then remember me. 

3 Thou wondrous Advocate with God, 

1 yield my soul to Thee ; 

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Dear Lord, remember me. 

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Do Thou remember me. 

6 And when I close my eyes in death, 
And human help shall flee, 

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O then remember me. 

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Learning how to love from Thee, 
Loving Him who first loved me. 



4 Love in loving finds employ, 
In obedience all her joy; 
Ever new that joy will be, 
Loving Him who first loved me. 

5 Though a foolish child and weak, 
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Singing, till Thy face I see, 

Of His love who first loved me. 

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5 If He is mine, I'll fearless pass 
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He'll be my Comfort and my Stay 
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6 Let Jesus tell me He is mine, 
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My soul shall at the Fountain live 
When all the streams are dried. 

Rev. Benjamin Beddome, publ. 1817 



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i JESUS. Master, whose I am, 
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In a brighter, brighter world 

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He safely leads my soul along, 
His loving-kindness is so strong. 

So when I pass death's gloomy vale, 
And life and mortal powers shall fail, 
O may my last expiring breath 
His loving-kindness sing in death. 

Then shall I mount, and soar away 
To the bright world of endless day ; 
There shall I sing, with sweet surprise, 
His loving-kindness in the skies. 



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That in Thy sunshine's blaze its day 
May brighter, fairer be. 



3 O Joy that seekest me through pain, 

I cannot close my heart to Thee ; 
I trace the rainbow through the 

rain, 
And feel the promise is not vain 
That morn shall tearless be. 

4 O Cross that liftest up my head, 

I dare not ask to fly from Thee ; 
I lay in dust life's glory dead, 
And from the ground there blossoms 
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Rev. George Matheson, 1882 



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1 CHRIST, of all my hopes the Ground, 

Christ, the Spring of all my joy, 
Still in Thee may I be found, 

Still for Thee my powers employ. 

2 Fountain of o'erflowing grace, 

Freely from Thy fulness give ; 
Till I close my earthly race, 

May I prove it " Christ to live." 

3 Firmly trusting in Thy blood, 

Nothing shall my heart confound ; 



Safely I shall pass the flood, 

Safely reach Emmanuel's ground. 

4 When I touch the blessed shore, 

Back the closing waves shall roll ; 

Death's dark stream shall nevermore 

Part from Thee my ravished soul. 

5 Thus, O thus, an entrance give 

To the land of cloudless sky ; 
Having known it "Christ to live," 
Let me know it "gain to die." 

Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, 1817 



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Hither by Thy help I'm come ; 
And I hope, by Thy good pleasure, 

Safely to arrive at home. 
Jesus sought me when a stranger, 

Wandering from the fold of God ; 
He, to rescue me from danger, 

Interposed with precious blood. 



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3 O to grace how great a debtor 

Daily I'm constrained to be ! 
Let that grace now, like a fetter, 

Bind my wandering heart to Thee. 
Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it ; 

Prone to leave the God I love; 
Here's my heart ; O take and seal it, 

Seal it from Thy courts above. 

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Precious Saviour, still our Refuge, — 

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Do thy friends despise, forsake thee ? 

Take it to the Lord in prayer '. 
In His arms He'll take and shield thee, 

Thou wilt find a solace there. 

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2 Have we trials and temptations ? 

Is there trouble anywhere ? 
We should never be discouraged : 

Take it to the Lord in prayer ! 
Can we find a friend so faithful, 

Who will all our sorrows share? 
Jesus knows our every weakness — 

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The oil of gladness on our heads, 
A place than all besides more sweet ; 
It is the blood-stained mercy-seat. 

3 There is a spot where spirits blend, 
Where friend holds fellowship with 

friend, 
Though sundered far ; by faith they 

meet, 
Around the common mercy-seat. 



4 Ah, whither could we flee for aid, 
When tempted, desolate, dismayed, 
Or how the hosts of hell defeat, 
Had suffering saints no mercy-seat? 

5 There, there on eagle wings we soar, 
And time and sense seem all no 

more, 
And heaven comes down our souls 

to greet, 
And glory crowns the mercy-seat. 



6 O may my hand forget her skill, 
My tongue be silent, cold, and still, 
This bounding heart forget to beat, 
If I forget the mercy-seat. 

Rev. Hugh Stowell, 1827, 1831 



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BEHOLD the throne of grace ! 

The promise calls me near : 
There Jesus shows a smiling face, 

And waits to answer prayer. 

My soul, ask what thou wilt ; 

Thou canst not be too bold ; 
Since His own blood for thee He spilt, 

What else can He withhold ? 



Thine image, Lord, bestow, 
Thy presence and Thy love; 

I ask to serve Thee here below, 
And reign with Thee above. 

Teach me to live by faith ; 

Conform my will to Thine ; 
Let me victorious be in death, 

And then in glory shine. 

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My need and Thy desires 
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Thou hast the justice truth requires, 
And I Thy mercy sweet. 

Where'er Thy Name is blest, 
Where'er Thy people meet, 

There I delight in Thee to rest, 
And find Thy mercy sweet. 



4 Light Thou my weary way, 

Lead Thou my wandering feet, 
That while I stay on earth I may 
Still find Thy mercy sweet. 

5 Thus shall the heavenly host 

Hear all my songs repeat 
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
My joy, Thy mercy sweet. 

Rev. John S. B. Monsell, 1862 



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Large petitions with thee bring; 
For His grace and power are such, 
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3 With my burden I begin : 
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Let Thy blood, for sinners spilt, 
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Take possession of my breast ; 
There Thy blood-bought right main- 
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5 While I am a pilgrim here, 
Let Thy love my spirit cheer ; 

As my Guide, my Guard, my Friend, 
Lead me to my journey's end. 

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And . fainting, I mistrust Thy grace, 

Then, Saviour, plead for me. 

3 When I have erred and gone astray, 
Afar from Thine and wisdom's way, 
And see no glimmering guiding ray, 

Still, Saviour, plead for me. 



4 W T hen Satan, by my sins made bold, 
Strives from Thy cross to loose my hold. 
Then with Thy pitying arms enfold, 

And plead, O plead for me. 

5 And when my dying hour draws near. 
O'ercast with sorrow, pain, and fear, 
Then to my fainting sight appear, 

Pleading in heaven for me. 

6 When the full light of heavenly day 
Reveals my sins in dread array, 
Say Thou hast washed them all away ; 
O say Thou plead'st for me. 

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Lord, teach us how to pray. 

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Then dost Thou cheer my solitude 
With hopes of heaven. 

BYEFIELD C. M. 



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What strength for warfare, balm for 
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When human strength gives way ; 
There is a love that never fails 
When earthly loves decay. 

3 That eye is fixed on seraph throngs ; 

That arm upholds the sky ; 
That ear is filled with angel songs ; 
That love is throned on high. 

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1 PRAYER is the soul's sincere desire, 

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The motion of a hidden fire 
That trembles in the breast. 

2 Prayer is the burden of a sigh, 

The falling of a tear, 
The upward glancing of an eye 
W T hen none but God is near. 



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W r hile angels in their songs rejoice, 
And cry, " Behold, he prays." 

5 Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, 

The Christian's native air, 
His watchword at the gates of death ; 
He enters heaven with prayer. 



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Let Thy mercy light on me. — ref. 

3 Pass me not, O tender Saviour, 
Let me love and cling to Thee ; 

I am longing for Thy favor ; 
When Thou comest, call for me. — ref. 



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Thou canst make the blind to see ; 

Witnesser of Jesus' merit, 
Speak the word of power to me. — ref. 

5 Have I long in sin been sleeping, 
Long been slighting, grieving Thee? 

Has the world my heart been keeping? 
O forgive and rescue me. — ref. 

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Help my unbelief. — ref. 

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Would I seek Thy face ; 
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4 Thou the Spring of all my comfort, 
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Though like the wanderer, 
The sun gone down, 

Darkness be over me, 
My rest a stone ; 

Yet in my dreams I'd be 

Nearer, my God, to Thee, 
Nearer to Thee ! 

There let the way appear, 
Steps unto heaven : 

All that Thou send'st to me 
In mercy given : 

Angels to beckon me 

Nearer, my God, to Thee, 
Nearer to Thee ! 



Then, with my waking thoughts 
Bright with Thy praise, 

Out of my stony griefs 
Bethel I'll raise ; 

So by my woes to be 

Nearer, my God, to Thee, 
Nearer to Thee ! 

Or if on joyful wing 

Cleaving the sky, 
Sun, moon, and stars forgot, 

Upwards I fly, 
Still all my song shall be, 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, 

Nearer to Thee ! 

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Once earthly joy I craved, 
Sought peace and rest ; 

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Give what is best : 

This all my prayer shall be, 

More love, O Christ, to Thee, 
More love to Thee ! 



Let sorrow do its work, 
Send grief and pain ; 

Sweet are Thy messengers, 
Sweet their refrain, 

When they can sing with me, 

More love, O Christ, to Thee, 
More love to Thee ! 



4 Then shall my latest breath 
Whisper Thy praise ; 
This be the parting cry 
My heart shall raise, 
This still its prayer shall be, 
More love, O Christ, to Thee, 
More love to Thee ! 



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When first I saw the Lord ? 
Where is the soul-refreshing view 
Of Jesus and His word ? 

3 What peaceful hours I once enjoyed ! 

How sweet their memory still ! 
But they have left an aching void 
The world can never fill. 

4 Return, O Holy Dove ; return, 

Sweet Messenger of rest : 

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I hate the sins that made Thee mourn 
And drove Thee from my breast. 

The dearest idol I have known, 

Whate'er that idol be, 
Help me to tear it from Thy throne, 

And worship only Thee. 

So shall my walk be close with God, 
Calm and serene my frame ; 

So purer light shall mark the road 
That leads me to the Lamb. 

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And not a wave of trouble roll 
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332 (BELMONT or DALEHURST) C. M. 

1 O FOR a heart to praise my God, 3 A humble, lowly, contrite heart, 

A heart from sin set free; Believing, true, and clean, 

A heart that always feels Thy blood, Which neither life nor death can part 
So freely spilt for me ! From Him that dwells within ; 

2 A heart resigned, submissive, meek, 4 A heart in every thought renewed, 

My great Redeemer's throne; And full of love Divine; 

Where only Christ is heard to speak, Perfect, and right, and pure, and good, 
Where Jesus reigns alone ; A copy, Lord, of Thine. 

5 Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart ; 
Come quickly from above ; 
Write Thy new Name upon my heart, 
Thy new, best Name of Love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1742 (Text of 1782) 



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3 A faith that shines more bright and clear 5 Lord, give me such a faith as this, 

When tempests rage without, And then, whate'er may come, 

That, when in danger, knows no fear, I taste e'en now the hallowed bliss 

In darkness feels no doubt j Of an eternal home. 

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O Sabbath rest by Galilee ! 
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1 FAR from my heavenly home, 

Far from my Father's breast, 
Fainting I cry, "Blest Spirit, come 
And speed me to my rest." 

2 Upon the willows long 

My harp has silent hung : 
How should I sing a cheerful song 
Till thou inspire my tongue ? 

3 My spirit homeward turns, 

And fain would thither flee : 



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Interpreted by love ! 

With that deep hush subduing 

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The tender whisper of Thy call, 
As noiseless let Thy blessing fall 
As fell Thy manna down. 

Drop Thy still dews of quietness, 

Till all our strivings cease ; [stress, 
Take from our souls the strain and 
And let our ordered lives confess 
The beauty of Thy peace. 

John G. Whittier, 1872 



My heart, O Zion, droops and yearns 
When I remember thee. 

4 To thee, to thee I press, 

A dark and toilsome road : 
When shall I pass the wilderness, 
And reach the saints' abode ? 

5 God of my life, be near ; 

On Thee my hopes I cast : 
O guide me through the desert here, 
And bring me home at last. 

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Nail my affections to the cross ; 
Hallow each thought ; let all within 
Be clean, as Thou, my Lord, art clean. 

3 If in this darksome wild I stray, 

Be Thou my Light, be Thou my Way ; 
No foes, no violence 1 fear, 
No harm, while Thou, my God, art 
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4 When rising floods my head o'erflow, 
When sinks my heart in waves of woe, 
Jesus, Thy timely aid impart, 
And raise my head, and cheer my 
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5 Saviour, where'er Thy steps I see, 
Dauntless, untired, I follow Thee : 
O let Thy hand support me still, 
And lead me to Thy holy hill. 



6 If rough and thorny be my way, 
My strength proportion to my day ; 
Till toil and grief and pain shall cease 
Where all is calm and joy and peace. 



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337 (BERA) 



L. M. 



MY God, permit me not to be 
A stranger to myself and Thee ; 
Amidst a thousand thoughts I rove, 
Forgetful of my highest love. 

Why should my passions mix with 

earth, 
And thus debase my heavenly birth ? 
Why should I cleave to things 

below, 
And let my God, my Saviour, go ? 



3 Call me away from flesh and sense : 
One sovereign word can draw me 

thence ; 
I would obey the voice Divine, 
And all inferior joys resign. 

4 Be earth, with all her scenes, with- 

drawn, 
Let noise and vanity be gone ; 
In secret silence of the mind 
My heaven, and there my God, I find. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709 



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Fire ascending seeks the sun ; 

Both speed them to their source : 
So my soul, derived from God, 
Pants to view His glorious face, 
Forward tends to His abode, 
To rest in His embrace. 



3 Cease, ye pilgrims, cease to mourn, 
Press onward to the prize ; 
Soon our Saviour will return 

Triumphant in the skies : 
Yet a season, and you know 
Happy entrance will be given, 
All our sorrows left below, 

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Nor ever take away. 



3 Blest Jesus, come and rule my heart, 
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That I may never more depart, 
Nor grieve Thy love Divine. 

4 Thus, till my last expiring breath, 
Thy goodness I'll adore ; 
And when my frame dissolves in death, 
My soul shall love Thee more. 

Benjamin Cleveland, c. 1790 : alt. 



340 (CANONBURY) L. M. 

1 FORTH in Thy Name, O Lord, I 

go, 
My daily labor to pursue ; 
Thee, only Thee, resolved to know 
In all I think, or speak, or do. 

2 The task Thy wisdom hath assigned 

O let me cheerfully fulfil ; 
In all my works Thy presence find, 
And prove Thy good and perfect 
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3 Preserve me from my calling's snare, 

And hide my simple heart above ; 
Above the thorns of choking care, 
The gilded baits of worldly love. 



4 Thee may I set at my right hand, 

Whose eyes mine inmost substance 
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And labor on at Thy command, 
And offer all my works to Thee. 

5 Give me to bear Thy easy yoke, 

And every moment watch and pray; 
And still to things eternal look, 
And hasten to Thy glorious day: 

6 For Thee delightfully employ [given, 

Whate'er Thy bounteous grace hath 
And run my course with even joy, 
And closely walk with Thee to 
heaven. 

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5 O Father, give our hearts this peace, 

Whate'er the outward be, 
Till all life's discipline shall cease, 
And we go home to Thee. 

Anon. 



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2 We ask not, Father, for repose 

Which comes from outward rest, 
If we may have through all life's woes 
Thy peace within our breast : 

3 That peace which suffers and is strong, 

Trusts where it cannot see, 
Deems not the trial-way too long, 
But leaves the end with Thee : 



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That death hath lost his venomed sting, 

3 Asleep in Jesus ! peaceful rest, 
Whose waking is supremely blest ; 
No fear, no woe, shall dim that hour 
That manifests the Saviour's power. 



4 Asleep in Jesus ! O for me 
May such a blissful refuge be ; 
Securely shall my ashes lie, 
Waiting the summons from on high. 

5 Asleep in Jesus ! far from thee 

Thy kindred and their graves may be ; 
But thine is still a blessed sleep, 
From which none ever wakes to weep. 

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To leave this weary road, 

And midst the brotherhood on high 
To be at home with God. 



It is not death to bear 

The wrench that sets us free 

From dungeon chain, to breathe the air 
Of boundless liberty. 



It is not death to close 

The eye long dimmed by tears 
And wake, in glorious repose 

To spend eternal years. 



4 It is not death to fling 
Aside this sinful dust, 
And rise, on strong exulting wing, 
To live among the just. 

Jesus, Thou Prince of Life, 

Thy chosen cannot die : 
Like Thee, they conquer in the strife, 

To reign with Thee on high. 

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And the cup of thanksgiving with penitent tears. 

3 I would not live alway ; no, welcome the tomb : 
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Their Saviour and brethren, transported, to greet ; 
While the anthems of rapture unceasingly roll, 
And the smile of the Lord is the feast of the soul ? 

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5 Lord God of truth and grace, 
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Alone are found in Thee 

The life of perfect love, the rest 
Of immortality. 

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5 Angels, sing on, your faithful watches keeping ; 

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And the angels swing their censers 
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4 There the meadows green and dewy 
Shine with lilies wondrous fair ; 

Thousand, thousand are the colors 
Of the waving flowers there. — ref. 

5 There the wind is sweetly fragrant, 
And is laden with the song 

Of the seraphs, and the elders, 
And the great redeemed throng. — ref. 

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Teach us henceforth how to live 

With eternity in view \ 
Bless Thy word to young and old ; 

Fill us with a Saviour's love ; 
And when life's short tale is told, 

May we dwell with Thee above. 

Rev. John Newton, 1774 



As the winged arrow flies 

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As the lightning from the skies 

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Swiftly thus our fleeting days 

Bear us down life's rapid stream ; 
Upward, Lord, our spirits raise, 

All below is but a dream. 



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Wake, O wake each idle dreamer Stay not in our work, nor slumber 

Now to make the eternal choice. Till Thy glorious rest we win. 

3 As a shadow life is fleeting ; 5 Soon before the Judge all glorious 

As a vapor so it flies ; We with all the dead shall stand : 

For the old year now retreating Saviour, over death victorious, 

Pardon grant, and make us wise ; Place us then on Thy right hand. 

Rev. Edward Caswall, 1858 : recast in Church Hymns, 1871 



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GREAT God, we sing that mighty 

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By which supported still we stand : 
The opening year Thy mercy shows ; 
That mercy crowns it till it close. 

By day, by night, at home, abroad, 
Still are we guarded by our God ; 
By His incessant bounty fed, 
Bv His unerring counsel led. 



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own ; 
The future, all to us unknown, 
We to Thy guardian care commit, 
And peaceful leave before Thy feet. 

In scenes exalted or depressed, 
Thou art our Joy, and Thou our Rest ; 
Thy goodness all our hopes shall raise, 
Adored through all our changing days. 



When death shall interrupt these songs, 
And seal in silence mortal tongues ; 
Our Helper God, in whom we trust, 
In better worlds our souls shall boast. 

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3 All that Spring with bounteous hand 
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All that liberal Autumn pours 
From her rich o'erfiowing stores; — 

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Source whence all our blessings flow ; 
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Praise Him, still the same for ever, 
Slow to chide, and swift to bless 

Praise Him, praise Him, 
Glorious in His faithfulness. 



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Rescues us from all our foes ; 

Praise Him, praise Him, 
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Sun and moon, bow down before Him, 
Dwellers all in time and space, 

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3 Our lips shall tell them to our sons, That they may ne'er forget His works, 

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1 O GOD, beneath Thy guiding hand, 
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With prayer and psalm they worshipped 

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2 Thou heard'st, well pleased, the song, 

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Thy blessing came ; and still its power 
Shall onward, through all ages, bear 
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Came with those exiles o'er the waves ; 
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Their children's children shall adore, 
Till these eternal hills remove, 

And spring adorns the earth no more. 

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My heart with rapture thrills 
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3 Let music swell the breeze, 
And ring from all the trees 

Sweet freedom's song : 
Let mortal tongues awake ; 
Let all that breathe partake ; 
Let rocks their silence break, 

The sound prolong. 



4 Our fathers' God, to Thee, 
Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing : 
Long may our land be bright 
With freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King. 



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Faint hands and feeble knees, 
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For greater things than these. 



Lead on, O Love and Mercy, 

O Purity and Power; 
Lead on till peace eternal 

Shall close this battle-hour : 
Till all who prayed and struggled 

To set their brethren free, 
In triumph meet to praise Thee, 

Most Holy Trinity. 

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3 God be with you till we meet again, 
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God be with you till we meet again, ref. 

4 God be with you till we meet again, 
Keep love's banner floating o'er you, 

Smite death's threatening wave before 
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2 That Thy way may be ] known up ■ on | earth || Thy saving | health a | mong all | 

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3 Let the people praise \ Thee O | God j| yea let | all the | people | praise Thee. 

4 O let the nations rejoice | and be | glad j| for Thou shalt judge the folk righteously * 

and govern the | nations • up | on • = | earth. 

5 Let the people praise | Thee O | God \\yea let | all the | people | praise Thee. 

6 Then shall the earth bring | forth her | increase || and God, even our own God, 

shall I give ■ = | us His | blessing, 
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As it was in the beginning * is now, and | ever | shall be || world without | 

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Thy kingdom come ; Thy will be done in | earth * as it | is in j heaven ; 

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3 And lead us not into temptation, but de | liver | us from | evil ; || 

For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for | ever. | A • = | men. 



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2 Be ye sure that the Lord | He is | God || it is He that hath made us * and not we 

ourselves * we are His people, and the | sheep of | His ■ = | pasture. 

3 O go your way into His gates with thanksgiving * and into His | courts with | 

praise || be thankful unto Him, and | speak good | of His | Name. 

4 For the Lord is gracious * His mercy is j ever | lasting || and His truth endureth 

from genex | ation ■ to | gener | ation. 
Glory be to the Zither | and ■ to the | Son || and | to the | Holy | Ghost ; 
As it was in the beginning * is now, and | ever | shall be || world without | 

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ment | and up | on the | harp. 

4 For Thou, Lord * hast made me glad ] through Thy | works H and I will rejoice in 

giving praise * for the oper | ations | of Thy | hands. 
Glory be to the father j and ■ to the | Son || and | to the | Holy | Ghost ; 
As it was in the beginning * is now, and j ever | shall be || world without | 

end • = | A • = | men. 



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We give Thee glory, Lord, 
Thy majesty adore ; 
Thee, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
We bless for evermore. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1866 



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Sing we to our God above 
Praise eternal as His love ; 
Praise Him, all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1740 



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To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 

The God whom we adore, 
Be glory, as it was, is now, 

And shall be evermore. 

Tate and Brady's New Version, 1696 



8.7.8.7. 

Praise the Father, earth and heaven, 
Praise the Son, the Spirit praise ; 

As it was, and is, be given 
Glory through eternal days. 

Anon., 1827 



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Great God of earth and heaven, 

To Thee our songs we raise ; 
To Thee be glory given 

And everlasting praise : 
We joyfully confess Thee, 

Eternal Triune God ; 
We magnify, we bless Thee, 

And spread Thy praise abroad. 

Rev. Edwin F. Hatfield, 1872 



8.7.8.7. D. 

Praise the God of all creation, 

Praise the Father's boundless love ; 
Praise the Lamb, our Expiation, 

Priest and King enthroned above ; 
Praise the Fountain of salvation, 

Him by whom our spirits live : 
Undivided adoration 

To the One Jehovah give. 

Josiah Conder, 1836 



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N " 7? — The :r?ss-references to titles printed in SMALL CAPITALS refer to the groups of hymns 
in the body of the book, as they are exhibited in the general Table of Contents. The cross- 
r.ces to titles in Italics refer to the heads in this Index. 



Abiding in Christ 

Lamb of God, still keep . 293 
To Thee, O dear, dear . . 1 : 5 

krar, Friend . 302 
Saviour, more than life . . 310 

Abraham z~ 5 

Accepted time. See Invi- 
tation 

Access to G-od .23 31! _: 

Advent. ^- . 

Afflictions. Sre 73 

Almsgiving. . . .173-178 

Angels 

Songs . :' ; : - the angels 41 

. a voices ever singing . 55 

It came upon the midnight 75 

Beyond . 103 

- : nl . . . 356 

Anniversary . . .965 365 

Anticipation. Si 

Apostles, the .88 :.-_ 167 

Ascension. See 01 

Ashamed of Jesus 
fesus and shall it ever be . 135 
I'm not ashamed to own . 138 

Aspiration . . . .328-341 

Assurance 

1 heard I :' Tesus . 235 
- 

Atonement.— Necessary 
Not all the blood of beasts ac ; 
Weary of earth 223 

Rock of Ages 239 

Completed 
Thou art die Way ... 85 
:he voice of love . 94 
'.rumpet . . .173 
Sufficient 

; a fountain filled . 202 
Not all the blood : 
Salvation, O the joyful . . ;:; 
Tell me the old, old storj 

.237 
I am trusting Thee . . 260 
Backsliding. See Dt . 
Baptism 133-134 

Adult 136-138 

of Holy Ghost - . 114, 294 
Believers. See Christians 



Bethel 263, 328 

Bethlehem 73.7 

Bible 122-127 

Blood of Christ. See Christ 
Brevity of Life 

God, the Rock of Age? . _- 
My soul, repeat His praise 51 

Work, for the night is . . 171 
To-morrow, Lord, is Thine 214 
My days are gliding . . . 348 
While with ceaseless course 359 

Brotherly Love. Se* I 

Calmness 334 

Calvary 

Go to dark Gethsemane . 91 
There is a green hill ... 96 

1 hear Thy welcome vo: ; 
Charity 

Almsgiving . . . l~_ : -:~: 
Love. See 
Chastening. See 71 
Chief of Sinners . . .226 
Children 
Now the day is over ... 12 
By cool Siloam's shady rill 133 

Childlikeness 

Thy home is with the . . . 121 
Saviour, teach me, day by . 209 
] E sns dd E • ■ :"ul and mild" . 307 

Choosing Christ . . 135-155 

Christ. — Abiding with Be- 
lievers 

Sun of my soul 5 

Abide with me; fast falls . 9 

Jesus, with Thy Church . 128 

O lesus, King most . . . 288 

Jesus the very thought . . 291 

Advent, First . . . 69-70 

Advent, Second . 106-110 

Advocate. See 

•/ 
All in all . . . 257 304 
Ascension of . . . 68, 105 
Atonement of. S 

"." :'V. - 

Beauty of 
What grace, O Lord ... 80 
Majestic sweetness sits . .287 



Christ — Continued 
Birth of. See Xativity of 



Blood of 
Alas ! and did my Saviour 98 
. 202 
. 300 



109, 



There is a fountain 
Peace, perfect peace 

Bread 

Bridegroom . . 

Burden Bearer . 

Burial of 

Call of 88, 148, 154, 206- 

Captain 
Onward, Christian soldiers 164 
The Son of God goes forth 167 
Stand up, my soul ; shake 250 

Character of 
O could I speak the 



142 

221 

224 

221 



What grace, O Lord 
Mv dear Redeemer 



. 62 
. 80 
• 84 
. 133 



Childhood of . . .72 

Compassion of. See 
of 

Conqueror 
Dear Lord and Master . .151 
O Jesus, King most . . . ;. : ; 

Coronation of 
Crown Him with many . . 56 
All hail the power of . . . 57 
Hark ! ten thousand harps 64 

Crucified. See Pass:. 

Desire of the Nations 69 

Emmanuel 83 

Epiphany of 78 

Exalted 56-68 

Example of 
Lord, as to Thy dear . . . 
My dear Redeemer . . . 
How shall 1 follow Him 
Go to % dark Gethsemane 

Fountain ... 235 

Friend 
Since Jesus is my Friend , 
I've found a Friend . . . 
O Holy Saviour, Friend 
One there is above all . , 
What a Friend we have in 

Head of Church . 128, 130 

Hiding-place 
Jesus. Lover of my soul . 234 
Rock of Ages .... 



82 

84 
- 

91 

206 

302 
303 



Christ— Hiding-place— C't'd 
Approach, my soul 
Thou art my Hidmg- 
O Lamb of God, still 



244 

275 

293 

1,83 



Humanity of . . 

Humiliation of 
How shall I follow Him . 87 
O sacred Head, now ... 89 
Thy life was given for . . 201 
Thou didst leave Thy . . 232 

Humility of .... 80, 87 

Immanuel 83 

Intercession of 65, 223, 226, 
256,298,321 

Judge . . . .81, 106, 360 

King 
O Saviour, precious ... 60 
Christ, above all glory . . 68 
Joy to the world ..... 71 
Golden harps are sounding 105 
True-hearted, whole . . . 157 

Jesus shall reign 191 

O Jesus, King most . . . 288 

Knocking at the Door 
Behold ! a Stranger's at . 209 

Jesus, Thou art .... 210 

Lamb of God 
Come, let us join .... 58 
Awake, and sing the song . 65 
Just as I am 236 

1 lay my sins on Jesus . . 237 

Lamb of God, still . . . 293 

Life on earth . . 79-88, 224 

Life, The 
Thou art the Way .... 85 
Jesus, my Saviour, look . 257 

1 know no life divided . . 292 

Light 
Light of the lonely . . . 107 
Light of those whose . . . 108 
O Christ, our true and . . 192 

Loneliness of .... 92 

Lord 
Crown Him with many . . 56 
All hail the power of ... 57 
Jesus, Thy Name I love . 66 

Love of 
Thy life was given for . . 201 
Hark, my soul, it is ... 216 
Immortal Love, for ever . 286 
Jesus, the very thought . 291 
"Love Divine, all loves . . 294 
One there is, above . . . 303 
Awake, my soul, in joyful 311 

Man of Sorrows 
What grace, O Lord, and 80 
How shall I follow Him . 87 



Into of Subject* 

Clirist— Continued 
'Tis midnight ; and on . . 92 
Saviour, when in dust . . 224 

Master 
Ye servants of God . 
O Master, let me walk 
Dear Lord and Master 
Jesus, Master, whose I 

Ministry of . - . 
Name of. See Jesus 
Nativity of . . 71-77, 232 

Passion of 89-98 

Also, There is a fountain . 202 
Saviour, when in dust to . 224 
Rock of Ages, cleft for me 239 
Passover, Our . . 
Patience of 
What grace, O Lord . 



• 63 
. 86 

• 151 

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99 



80 

86 

210 

216 

226 



O Master, let me walk 
O Jesus, Thou art . . 
Hark, my soul, it is the 
Depth of mercy . . . 

Pattern. See Example of 
Physician, The .... 286 

Pilot 245 

Poverty of .... 87, 232 

Prayers of . . .84,91,92 

Preciousnessof . .287-291 

Also, O could I speak . . 62 

Jesus', Thy Name I love . 66 

Presence of 
O Master, let me walk . . 86 
Jesus, Thou Joy of loving 142 
O Jesus, I have promised 162 
O Love Divine, that . . . 276 
Immortal Love, for ever . 286 
And see Christ Abiding, etc. 
Priest. See Intercession of 

Also 176 
Ransom ...... 62 

Refuge. See Hiding-place 

Rejected 209 

Risen . . .18, 21, 99-104 

Rock 239, 257 

Saviour 

Saviour, precious ... 60 
Come to the Saviour now . 212 

1 am trusting Thee . . . 260 
Blessed Saviour, Thee I . . 308 
Saviour, more than life . .310 

Second Coming of 106-110 

Shepherd 
Was there ever kindest . . 205 
I was a wandering sheep . 230 
The King of love my . . 259 



Christ — Continued 
Son of David .... 21 

Son of God ... 81, 167 
Son of Man . . . . 81, 83 

Son of Mary 76 

Sun of our souls ... 5 

Sun of Righteousness . 186 

Sympathy of 

O Love Divine, that . . . 276 

What a Friend we have . 315 

Teacher 86, 91 

Temptation of . . 84, 224 

Titles of 257, 289 

Truth 85 

Unseen 
Jesus, these eyes have never 297 
O Holy Saviour, Friend . 302 
Voice of. See Voice 
Way, Truth, and Life 85 
Weeping over Sinners 79 
Word of God . . .26, 123 
Words on the Cross . 94 
Christian Life. See under 
Hymns of Salvation 
Christians 

Blessedness of ... . 196 
Death of .... 200, 343 
Example of . . 160, 161 
Fellowship of. See COM- 
MUNION of Saints 
Triumph of 
Rejoice, all ye believers . 109 
Children of the heavenly . 194 
Come, let us join our . . . 197 
Church .... 114, 128-132 

Attachment to ... . 129 

Christ's Presence in the 128 

Communion of Saints 193— 
200 

Continuity of .... 132 
Growth of. See Kingdom 
Guardian of Scriptures 123 
Militant. See Soldiers 
Revival of. See Revival 
Sacraments of . . 133-143 
Security of 
Glorious things of thee are 131 
O where are kings and . . 132 
God is the Refuge .... 279 
Triumph of . . . 197-200 
Unity 
The Church's one .... 130 
And is the time 184 



Church— Unity— Continued 
Father of all, from land . 193 
Blest be the tie 195 

Work of I44- X 9 2 

City of God 131 

Close of Service . . . 29-32 
Comforter. See Holy Spirit 
Coming of Christ. 

See Christ, Advent of 
Coming to Christ . 206-240 
Communion 
of Saints .... 193-200 
with Christ . 286-314, 329 
at Lord's Table . .139-143 
Confession 

of Christ .... 135-138 
of Sin 222-230 

Confidence. See Trust 
Also, Children of the . . . 194 

Conflict with Sin . 242-257 

Consecration . . . 145-171 
Also, Now I resolve with . 136 

Thine for ever 137 

A charge to keep I have . 251 
I am Thine, O Lord . . . 305 
O the bitter shame .... 306 
Jesus, Master, whose I am 309 

Constancy 
Ye servants of the Lord . 146 
O Jesus, I have promised 162 
Awake, my soul, stretch . 242 
Fight the good fight . . .248 
A charge to keep I have . 251 
Breast the wave 252 

Contentment 
Sometimes a light surprises 268 
In heavenly love abiding . 269 
Father, whate'er of earthly 285 

Conversion. See Repent- 
ance and Faith 

Courage 

Stand up, stand up ... . 149 

Oft in danger 155 

Awake, my soul, stretch . 242 
Am I a soldier of the . . 247 
Stand up, my soul; shake 250 

Breast the wave 252 

Creation. See God, Creator 
Cross 

Banner of the 
Onward, Christian soldiers 164 
Fling out the banner . . . 183 

Beneath the ... 97, 227 

Bearing of the 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross 82 

19 



Intex of Subjects 

Cross — Continued 
Jesus, I my cross have . .147 
Must Jesus bear the cross 168 

what, if we are Christ's . 199 
Take up thy cross, the . . 207 

Clinging to the .... 239 
Coming to the 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross 82 

1 am coming to the cross . 240 
I am Thine, O Lord . . . 305 

Glorying in the 
When I survey the .... 90 
In the cross of Christ I . . 93 

Salvation by the 
Sweet the moments ... 95 
Beneath the cross of Jesus 97 
Not all the blood of beasts 203 

Crown of Life 
Stand up, stand up for . . 149 
Must Jesus bear the cross 168 
O what, if we are Christ's . 199 
Awake, my soul ; stretch . 242 
Daily 

Duties .... 1,283,340 

Mercies 54, 284 

Needs 
As the sun doth 2 

help us, Lord 243 

1 need Thee every hour . 255 
Saviour, more than life . 310 

Darkness, Spiritual 

Come, ye disconsolate . . 219 
Approach, my soul, . . . 244 
O for a closer walk .... 330 

Day of Grace . . . 208-221 
Death 342-346 

Anticipated 

Abide with me 9 

Gently Lord, O gently lead 254 
Tarry with me 14 

of Christians 

Asleep in Jesus 343 

It is not death to die . . . 344 

Confidence in 
Christ, of all my hopes . . 313 

for a faith that will not . 333 
One sweetly solemn . . . 342 

1 would not live alway . . 345 
I'm but a stranger here . . 347 

Conquered 
It is not death to die . . . 344 
No, no, it is not dying . . 346 

Second 352 

Sudden 13 

Declension, Spiritual 
Come, Holy Spirit .... 120 



Declension — Continued 
Approach, my soul, the . . 244 
O for a closer walk .... 330 

Delay, Danger of 
Behold ! a Stranger's at the 209 
To-morrow, Lord, is Thine 214 
Yet there is room .... 221 

Discipleship. 

See Following Christ 
Door, at the. See Christ 

Doubt 241 

Ebenezer 314 

Epiphany, The .... 78 

Eternity 

Our God, our Help in ages 36 

O God, mine inmost soul . 106 

O where shall rest be found 352 

Evening 4-16 

Every Day 310 

Example 

of Christ 80-87 

of Christians . . . 160-161 
Faith 

in Christ 231-241 

Confession of . . 135-138 
Hope and Charity . . .119 
Justification by 
Not all the blood of beasts 203 

Just as I am 236 

Rock of Ages 239 

Prayer for .... 241,333 

Farewell Service . . . 370 

Father. See God 

Fear cast out 
Stand up, my soul .... 250 
In heavenly love abiding . 269 
Since Jesus is my Friend . 281 

Fidelity. See Constancy 
Foes of Faith . . .246,249 
Following Christ 

O Master, let me walk . . 86 
How shall I follow Him . 87 
Behold, the Master passeth 88 
Through good report and 158 
O Jesus, I have promised . 162 
Lead on, O King Eternal . 163 
The Son of God goes forth 167 
Lord, lead the way the . . 174 

Forgiveness 

In God 201-230 

By us 80, 82 

Galilee . . 125, 154, 286, 334 
Gethsemane . . . .91,92 



God 

All-Seeing 46 

Almighty 48 

Compassion of 

My soul, repeat His praise 51 
Was there ever kindest . . 205 
Praise, my soul, the King 364 

Creator 

The spacious firmament . 37 

Come, sound His praise . 48 

The heavens declare Thy . 127 

Decrees of . . 35, 261, 262 

Deliverer 42 

Dwelling-place ... 47 
Eternal 
0»r God, our Help in . . 36 
O God, the Rock of Ages . 47 

Faithfulness of 
Let us with a gladsome . . 40 
Through all the changing . 42 
Begin, my tongue .... 44 
How firm a foundation . . 271 
How gentle God's .... 280 

Father 
When all Thy mercies . . 43 
My God, how endless . . 54 
Take me, O my Father . .231 

Father of Love 263 

Praise, my soul, the King . 364 
Glory of. See Majesty of 

Grace of 201-205 

Also, High in the heavens 38 

My soul, repeat His praise 51 

Come, Thou Fount of every 314 

Greatness of. See Majesty 

of 

Guardian 42 

Guide 
Holy Spirit, faithful Guide 113 
Father of Love, our Guide 263 

He leadeth me 267 

Guide me, O Thou Great . 270 
Lead, kindly Light . . . 274 
Holiness of. See Trinity 
Indwelling . . 111-121, 294 

Infinite 45 

Jehovah 41, 270 

Judge 81, 106 

Justice of 38 

King ... 39, 44, 48, 364 

Love of 35-54 

Also, Was there ever . . . 205 

Depth of mercy 226 

Majesty of 
O God, we praise Thee . . 34 
Our God, our Help ... 36 



Itrtrex of Su&jecte 

God — Continued 
O God, the Rock of Ages . 47 
Come, sound His praise . 48 

Praise the Lord 53 

Mercies of 
When all Thy mercies . . 43 
My soul, repeat His praise 51 
My God, how endless is . 54 
Mercy of 

See Compassion of 
Also, Depth of mercy . . 226 
Sweet is Thy mercy . . . 319 
Omnipotent ..... 48 

Omnipresent 45 

Omniscient 46 

Patience of 208 

Pity of. See Compassion of 
Presence of 
Now God be with us . . . 16 

Still with Thee 31 

Lord of all being .... 45 
Promises of. See Promises 
Protector . . .13, 15, 279 

Purposes of 35 

Providence of. See Provi- 
dence 
Refuge 
There is a safe and secret . 278 
God is the Refuge of His 279 
Rock of Ages .... 47 
Searcher of Hearts . . 4° 
Shepherd 
The Lord's my Shepherd . 264 
In heavenly love abiding . 269 
The Lord my Shepherd is 272 

Sovereign 48 

Unchangeable 

Our God, our Help in ages 36 

God, the Rock of Ages 47 

Will of. See Will of God 

Wise 52 

Good Works 161 

Gospel. See Invitation 
Excellency of 
The Spirit breathes upon . 126 
The heavens declare Thy . 127 

1 love to tell the story . . 218 

Feast 

Call them in 179 

Yet there is room .... 221 

Spread of. See Missions 
Grace 201-205 

Converting 
Gracious Spirit, Dove . .116 
Come, Thou Fount of . . 314 



Grace — Continued 
Free 

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 176 
Behold the throne of grace 318 

Fulness of 
Was there ever kindest . . 205 
Come, said Jesus' sacred . 217 
Come, ye disconsolate . . 219 

Justifying 
Weary of earth and laden 223 
Rock of Ages 239 

Magnified 
Come, we that love the . . 50 
Awake, and sing the song . 65 
Grace ! 't is a charming . . 204 
Awake, my soul, in joyful 311 
Come, Thou Fount of every 314 

Quickening 120 

Renewing Ill 

Sanctifying 
Come, Holy Spirit, .... 120 
Jesus, I my cross have . . 147 
O Thou, to whose .... 336 

Sovereign 204 

Graces. See Faith, Joy, Love, 

Peace, Purity, etc. 
Gratitude 
Let us with a gladsome . . 40 
When all Thy mercies . . 43 
My God, how endless is . 54 
Thy life was given for me . 201 
Praise, my soul, the King . 364 

Growth in Grace. 

See Sanctifi cation 
Guidance of God. See God 
Happiness. See Joy 
Harvest 3° 2 -3 6 3 

Spiritual I5 6 

Heart 

Broken 229 

Childlike 121 

New ....... 332 

Pure and lowly .... 33 2 

Surrendered . . . 136, 231 

Heaven 34 2 ~358 

Anticipated 
Children of the heavenly . 194 
When I can read my title . 331 
Far from my heavenly . . 335 
Rise, my soul, and stretch 338 
Christ in .... 35°. 354 
Cure of Sorrow . 219, 357 

Home 347 

Nearness to 34 2 

Redeemed in 197, 198, 200 
"Worship of 58 



112 

238 
294 
332 

339 



Holiness 

Come, gracious Spirit . 
I hear Thy welcome . . 
Love Divine, all loves . 
O for a heart to praise . 

O could I find 

of God. See Trinity 

Holy Ghost .... 111-127 

Baptism of- . . .114,294 

Comforter .... 118, 121 

Descent of 

Spirit Divine, attend our . 24 

Come, dearest Lord . . .114 

Our blest Redeemer, ere . 118 

Emblems of 24 

Guide 

Come, gracious Spirit . .112 

Holy Spirit, faithful . . .113 

Lead, kindly Light .... 274 

Illuminator . . . 115. Il6 

Inspirer 122-127 

Invoked 111-121 

Also, Spirit Divine, attend 24 

O for a closer walk with . 330 

Praise of .... 26, 118 

Renewer Ill 

Striving 208 

Teacher 117 

Witnessing 116 

Holy Scriptures . . 122-127 
Holy Trinity. See Trinity 
Home Missions. See Mis- 
sions 
Hope 
On our way rejoicing. . 
Children of the heavenly 
In heavenly love . . . 
Rise, my soul, and . . . 

House of God. See Opening 

of Service and Lord's 
Day 

Humility 
O Master, let me walk 
Thy home is with the 
O for a heart to praise 

Imitation of Christ 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross 82 
My dear Redeemer and . 84 
How shall I follow Him I 87 
O for a heart to praise . . 332 

Immortality. See The Life 

Everlasting 

Imputation 

O sacred Head, now ... 89 
Alas, and did my Saviour . 98 
Not all the blood of beasts 203 



166 
194 
269 

338 



80 
121 

332 



Knfttx of Su&jrrts 

Ingratitude . .201, 208, 209 
Inspiration .... 122-127 
Intercession 
of Christ. See Christ 
General . . . 172, 179, 192 
Invitation .... 206-221 
Invocation. See Holy 
Ghost 

Isaac 263 

Israel 
In the Desert 265, 270, 353 

In Exile 335 

Restoration of .... 69 

Salvation of . . . 184, 193 

Jacob's Vision and Vow 

O God of Bethel .... 265 

Nearer, my God, to Thee . 328 

Jehovan 41,270 

Jerusalem 96 

Jerusalem, The New 
Jerusalem, the golden . . 350 
Jerusalem, my happy . . 351 
O Mother dear, Jerusalem 355 

Jesus, Tne Name of 

O for a thousand .... 59 

Ye servants of God ... 63 

Jesus, Thy Name I love . 66 

How sweet the Name of . 269 

Jesus, I love Thy charming 290 

Jews, Missions for 179, 184, 

i93 

Jordan 348, 353 

Joy 

Come, we that love the . . 50 
Rejoice, all ye believers . 109 
On our way rejoicing . . 166 
Children of the heavenly . 194 
Sometimes a light surprises 268 
Awake, my soul, in joyful 311 

Jubilee 176 

Judgment 106 

Justice of God. See God 

Justification. See Faith 

Kingdom of Christ 

Prayer for 

Come, Thou long-expected 69 

Light of the lonely . . . 107 

Light of those whose . . . 108 

Come, Lord, and tarry not no 

Revive Thy work, O Lord 153 

Christ for the world . . . 172 

And is the time approaching 184 

O'er the gloomy hills . . 186 

Progress of 
Hark ! the glad sound . . 70 
Rejoice, all ye believers . 109 



Kingdom of Christ-- C'fd 
The morning light is . . . 1I2 

We are living 190 

Triumph of 
Lead on, O King .... 163 
Hail to the Lord's .... 181 
The morning light is . . . 182 
Watchman, tell us ... . 189 
Tesus shall reign where'er 191 

Lamb of God. See Christ 
Law of God .... 27, 280 
and Gospel ... 27, 203 
Life 
Brevity of. See Brevity 
Christ the. See Christ 
Everlasting . . . 342-358 

In Christ 292 

Object of .... 251, 338 

Solemnity of 

O God, my inmost soul . 106 

A charge to keep I have . 251 

O where shall rest be . . . 352 

Light 
Christ the. See Christ 

Guiding 274 

of the Gospel . . 123, 186 
Through Peace to . . 277 

Likeness to Christ . 80-87 
Also, I lay my sins on . . 237 

for a heart to praise . . 332 

Looking to Jesus 

My faith looks up to . . . 233 

1 heard the voice of Jesus 235 
I am coming to -the cross . 24© 

Lord of all, Christ the 56, 57 

Lord's Day 17-21 

Lord's Supper . . 139-143 
Love 
Abiding in God's . . . 269 

Banner of 249 

Brotherly 
What grace, O Ix>rd. and 80 
Blest be the tie 195 

Christ asking our Love 216 

to Christ .... 286-314 

Also, O could I speak the 62 

Jesus, Thy Name I love . 66 

More love to Thee, O . . 329 

to God 
Come, we that love ... 50 
Spirit of God, descend . .117 
Come, Holy Spirit .... 120 

Greatest of Graces . .119 



Love — Continued 
Prayed for 
What grace, O Lord, and . 80 
Gracious Spirit, Holy . . 119 

Manna 283 

Mariners 12, 245 

Martyrs 
The Son of God goes forth 167 
Give me the wings of faith 198 
O what, if we are Christ's . 199 

Meditation 4, 262 

Meekness. See Humility 

Men's Guilds 150 

Mercy. See God 

Mercy-seat 

Jesus, where'er Thy ... 23 

Approach, my soul, the . . 244 

From every stormy wind . 317 

Millennium. See Kingdom 

Ministry 144, 146 

Increase of 170 

Ministry of Christ . 79-88 

Missions 172-192 

General. See Kingdom 
Foreign 
Light of the lonely .... 107 
Light of those whose . . . 108 
Christ for the world we sing 172 
The morning light is . . . 182 
Fling out the banner . . . 183 
From Greenland's icy . . 185 
O'er the gloomy hills . . . 186 
Ye Christian heralds, go . 187 

Home 
Hark, the voice of Jesus . 148 
Soldiers of the cross . . . 175 

Call them in 179 

Look from the sphere of . 188 
O Christ, our true and only 192 
God bless our native land . 366 
My country, 't is of thee . 368 
Success of. See Kingdom 
for the Jews . 179, 184, 193 

Morning 1-3 

Also, Holy, Holy, Holy . 33 
My God, how endless . . 54 
When morning gilds the . 67 
Forth in Thy Name, O . • 34° 
Moses and the Lamb . 65 

Music 55 

Mystery of God's Ways 35 

National 366-368 

Nativity. See Christ 
Nature, God in 
The spacious firmament . 37 



Into of Subjects 

Nature, God in — Continued 
Lord of all being, throned 45 
Praise the Lord, ye ... 53 
The heavens declare . . . 127 

Nearness 

to God 
Nearer, my God, to Thee . 328 
O for a closer walk .... 330 
O could I find, from day to 339 

to Heaven 
One sweetly solemn . . . 342 
My days are gliding . . . 348 
The sands of time .... 354 

to the Cross 305 

Need of Cnrist 

help us, Lord, each hour 243 

1 need Thee every hour . 255 
I know no life divided . . 292 

New Jerusalem. See Jeru- 
salem 

New Year. See Year 
Night. See Evening 
Obedience 
Dear Lord and Master . . 151 
Saviour, teach me, day by . 299 
Jesus, Master, whose I . . 309 

Officers of the Church . 146 

Old Age 9, 14 

Olivet 92, 286 

Omnipotence. See God 
Omnipresence. See God 
Omniscience. See God 
Onward 
Saviour, blessed Saviour . 61 
Oft in danger, oft in woe . 155 
Onward, Christian soldiers 164 
On our way rejoicing . . . 166 
Awake, my soul, stretch . 242 
Opening of Service . 22-28 
Pain, its ministry . . . 277 

Paradise 349 

Pardon 
Offered. See Invitation 
Sought. See Repentance 
and Faith in Christ 

Found 
Sweet the moments rich . 95 
There is a fountain filled . 202 
Salvation ! O the joyful . .213 
I love to tell the story . .218 
I heard the voice of Jesus 235 
Awake, my soul, in joyful. 311 

Parting 29, 30, 370 

Passion. See Christ 
Passover. See Christ 



Patience 

of Christ. See Christ 

of Christians 
God moves in a mysterious 35 
O Master, let me walk . . 86 
How shall I follow Him . 87 
Wait, my soul, upon the . 284 

Holy Saviour, Friend . 302 
Pattern, Our. See Christ 
Peace 

Civil 
It came upon the midnight 75 
And is the time 184 

Spiritual 
Saviour, again to Thy dear 29 
Come, said Jesus' sacred . 217 
In heavenly love abiding . 269 

1 do not ask, O Lord, that 277 
God is the Refuge of His . 279 
Peace, perfect peace . . . 300 
We bless Thee for Thy . . 341 

Penitence. See Repentance 
Pentecost . . .24, 119, 153 
Perseverance. See Con- 
stancy 
Pilgrim Fathers .... 367 
Pilgrimage 
O happy band of pilgrims 165 
Children of the heavenly . 194 
Gently, Lord, O gently . . 254 
Guide me, O Thou Great . 270 
I'm but a stranger here . . 347 
Hark! hark, my soul . . . 356 
Pity of God. See God 
Poor, The . . . 173, 174- 178 
Poverty 
Thy way, not mine, O . . 261 
My fesus, as Thou wilt . . 266 
O for a faith that will not . 333 

Praise 'Sl-n* 

Prayer 3 x 5-3 2 7 

Also, Lord, in the morning 3 
Lord, when we bend ... 22 
Jesus, where'er Thy ... 23 
Approach, my soul, the . 244 

Encouragement in 
Lord, we come before . . 25 
WTiat a Friend we have .315 
Behold the throne of . . . 318 
Come, my soul, thy suit . 320 

There is an eye 324 

Hour of 3 l6 > 323 

Nature of 325 

Power of 324 

Teach us to pray . . . 322 
Watching and Prayer . 246 



Preparatory Services 
Lord, we come before . . 25 
Come, dearest Lord . . .114 
Not worthy, Lord . . . .140 
Shepherd of souls .... 141 
Jesus, Thou Joy of . . . 142 
My God, and is Thy table 143 
The King of love my . . 259 

Lamb of God, still . . 293 
Pride. See Humility 
Priesthood of Christ. See 

Christ 

Probation. See Invitation 
Prodigal, The 
Father, hear Thy children's 227 

1 was a wandering sheep . 230 
Take me, O my Father . . 231 

Profession. See Confes- 
sion of Faith 

Promised Land . .348,353 

Promises 
High in the heavens ... 38 
Begin, my tongue, some . 44 
How firm a foundation . . 271 
God is the Refuge of His . 279 
Behold the throne of . . . 318 

Providence 
This night, O Lord ... 15 
High in the heavens ... 38 
Through all the changing 42 
When all Thy mercies . . 43 
Thy way, not mine .... 261 
While Thee I seek . . . 262 
Father of Love, our Guide 263 

God of Bethel .... 265 

He leadeth me 267 

Guide me, O Thou Great . 270 

Purity 

1 hear Thy welcome voice . 238- 
O Thou to whose .... 336 

Purposes of God 35, 261, 262 

Race, The Christian 

Awake, my soul, stretch . 242 

Fight the good fight . . . 248 

Stand up, my soul ; shake 250 

Reconciliation. See Pardon 

Found 

Redemption. See Atone- 
ment 

Refuge. See God and Christ 

Regeneration 
£ome, Holy Spirit, come . in 
Gracious Spirit, Dove . .116 
O Thou that hear'st when 229 
O for a heart to praise . . 332 

Rejoicing in God. See Joy 

Remembrance of Christ 139 



Entitx of Subjects 

Remember me .... 298 
Renouncing all for Christ 
When I survey the ... 90 
Jesus, I my cross have . . 147 

Take my life 152 

Jesus calls us, o'er the . . 154 
I am coming to the . . . 240 
I am Thine, O Lord . . . 305 
O the bitter shame .... 306 
Blessed Saviour, Thee . . 308 
Jesus, Master, whose . . . 309 
Repentance and Confession 
of Sin .... 222-230 
Also, Lord, when we bend 22 
Father, again in Jesus' . . 28 
Take me, O my Father . . 231 
Approach, my soul, the . . 244 

Thou, the contrite . . . 321 
Resignation. See Trials 
Rest 

Art thou weary 215 

1 heard the voice of Jesus 235 
To Thee, O dear, dear . . 295 
Peace, perfect peace . . . 300 
O Paradise 349 

where shall rest be found 352 
There is an hour of . . . 357 

Resurrection 
of Christ .... 99-104 
of Believers 

1 say to all men 101 

Lift up, lift up your . . . 102 
I would not live alway . . 345 

Revival 
Come, Lord, and tarry not no 
Come, Holy Spirit, . . . 120 
Revive Thy work, O Lord 153 
He that goeth forth with . 156 
Lord, I hear of showers of 326 

Riches 
When I survey the ... 90 
Rise, my soul, and stretch 338 
Rock of Ages ... 47, 239 

Sabbath 17-21 

See also Morning, 
Evening 
Sacrifice. See Atonement 

Sailors 12, 245 

Saints. See Christians 

Communion of . . 193-200 
Salvation. See Atonement, 
Grace, INVITATION 

Sanctification 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross . 82 
My dear Redeemer and . 84 
Come, gracious Spirit . .112 
Jesus, I my cross have . 147 
I hear Thy welcome . . . 238 



Sanctification— Continued 
Love Divine, all loves . . 294 
Nearer, my God, to Thee . 328 
More love to Thee, O . . 329 
O for a closer walk with . 330 
O for a heart to praise my 332 
O Thou to whose .... 336 
Saviour. See Christ 
Scriptures, The . . 122-127 
Seamen, Prayer for . 12, 245 
Second Coming of Christ. 
See Christ, Advent of 

Second Death 352 

Seed-time and Harvest 

156, 362, 363 
Self-denial 
How shall I follow Him I 87 
Jesus, I my cross have . . 147 
Must Jesus bear the cross 168 
Am I a soldier of the cross 247 
O the bitter shame .... 306 

Servant, Christ's 
Ye servants of the Lord . 146 
Dear Lord and Master . . 151 

Service 145-171 

Shepherd. See God and 
Christ 

Sickness 275, 276 

Sin, Confession of ~) 

Contrition for > 222-230 
Conviction of J 
Hatred of 
Alas ! and did my Saviour . 98 

Weary of earth 223 

O for a closer walk with . 330 
Laid on Christ .... 237 

Sinners called. See Invi- 
tation 

Soldiers of Christ 
Soldiers of Christ, arise . . 145 
Stand up, stand up for . . 149 
Lead on, O King Eternal . 163 
Onward, Christian soldiers 164 
Soldiers of the cross, arise 175 
Am I a soldier of the . . 247 
Fight the good fight . . . 248 

Surrounded by 249 

Stand up, my soul, shake . 250 

Solitude 4 

Son of David 21 

Son of God .... 81, 167 

Son of Man 81,83 

Son of Mary 76 

Sorrow. See Trials 

for sin. See REPENTANCE 

Sowing and Reaping 156, 

3 62 . 3 6 3 



Spirit, The Holy. See Holy 
Ghost 
Fruits of the. See Faith, 
Gentleness, Joy, Love, 
Peace, Purity, etc. 
Stars, The . . . . 8, n, 127 
Steadfastness. See Con- 
stancy 
Strength as our Day . 284 
Submission. See Trials 
Suffering. See Trials 
Sympathy 
of Christ. See Christ 
of Christians 
O God of mercy, God of . 173 
We give Thee but Thine . 178 
Blest be the tie that binds . 195 
Teacher, The . . . . 86, 91 

Temperance 369 

Also, O brothers, lift your . 150 
So let our lips and lives . . 161 
Soldiers of the cross . . . 175 

Call them in 179 

Temptation 

of Christ 84, 224 

of Christians 

Jesus, I have promised . 162 
Christian, seek not yet . . 246 
My soul, be on thy guard . 253 

1 need Thee every hour . 255 
In the hour of trial . . . 256 

Tempter, The ... 10, 244 
Thankfulness. See Grati- 
tude 
Thanksgiving . . . 362-364 
Also, God of merey, God . 39 
Let us with a gladsome . . 40 
When all Thy mercies, O . 43 

Throne of Grace. 

See Mercy-seat 
Also, Father, whate'er of . 285 
Behold, the throne of grace 318 

Time. See Brevity of Life 

Titles of Christ . . 257, 289 

To-day 
Work, for the night . . . 171 
To-day Thy mercy calls me 211 
Day by day the manna . . 283 
Forth in Thy Name, O . . 340 
One sweetly solemn . . . 342 

To-morrow 
This night, O Lord, we . 15 
To-morrow, Lord, is Thine 214 
Sometimes a light surprises 268 

Trials 

Blessings of 
God moves in a mysterious 35 



Intox of Subjects 

Trials— Continued 
O happy band of pilgrims 165 
Must Jesus bear the cross . 168 
O what, if we are Christ's . 199 
Sometimes a light surprises 268 

Comfort in 
Come, ye disconsolate . . 219 
While Thee I seek .... 262 

He leadeth me 267 

How firm a foundation . . 271 

Encouragement in 
God is Love ; His mercy . 52 
Oft in danger, oft in woe . 155 
Cast thy burden on the . . 282 
Wait, my soul, upon the . 284 

Prayer in 
Jesus, Lover of my soul . 234 
Gently, Lord, O gently . . 254 
In the hour of trial . . . 256 
O Holy Saviour, Friend . 302 

Refuge in 
Jesus, my Saviour, look on 257 
Thou art my Hiding-place 275 

Love Divine, that . . . 276 
God is the Refuge of His . 279 
How gentle God's .... 280 
From every stormy wind . 317 

Submission in 
My God and Father . . . 258 
Thy way, not mine, O . . 261 
My Jesus, as Thou wilt . . 266 

1 do not ask, O Lord . . 277 
Father, whate'er of earthly 285 

Trinity, The Holy . . 33-34 
Also, Day is dying .... 11 
Come, Thou Almighty . . 26 
Holy Father, hear my cry 225 
Trouble. See Trials 
Trust 
in Christ. See FAITH 
in Providence. See TRUST 

Truth 85 

Unchangeable. See God 
Unity. See Church 
Unseen but loved . . . 297 
Victory. See Christians, 
Ch u rch , Kingdom , and 
Death Conquered 

Voice of Jesus 
Hark! the voice of Jesus . 148 
Come, said Jesus' sacred . 217 
Weary of earth, and laden 223 
I heard the voice of Jesus 235 
I hear Thy welcome . . . 238 

Vows to God . . . 136-138 
Also, Jesus, 1 my cross . .147 
Dear Lord and Master . . 151 



Vows to God.— Continued 
So let our lips and lives . 161 
O Jesus, I have promised . 162 
A charge to keep I have . 251 
Waiting on God .... 284 
Walking with God 
O Master, let me walk . . 86 
O for a closer walk with . 330 
Wanderer. See Prodigal 
Warfare. See Soldiers 
Warning. See Delay 
Watchfulness 
Rejoice, all ye believers . 109 
Christian, seek not yet . . 246 
A charge to keep I have . 251 
My soul, be on thy guard 253 
Watchmen .... 144, 146 

Water of Life 235 

Way 85 

Wealth. See Riches 
Weary, the . . 215, 217, 223 
Will of God 
High in the heavens . . 
My God and Father . . 
Thy way, not mine, O . 
My Tesus, as Thou wilt 
Wisdom of God . . . 
Witness of The Spirit 
Witnesses, Cloud of 198, 242 
Women's Societies 177, 180 
And see CONSECRATION, etc. 
Work, Christian . 144-192 
World 
Dangers in the 
Am I a soldier of the . . 247 
My soul, be on thy guard 253 
In the hour of trial . . . 256 
My God, permit me not to 337 
Forth in Thy Name . . . 340 

Turned from 
Jesus, I my cross have . . 147 
Blessed Saviour, Thee I . 308 
Rise, my soul, and stretch 338 

"Worthy the Lamb " . 58 

Wrath of God 226 

Year 

Opening and close 359~36i 

Also, Our God, our Help . 36 

O God, the Rock of ... 47 

O God of Bethel .... 265 

of Jubilee 176 

Yoke of Christ . . . .151 
Zeal. See Courage, also 251 
Zion 129, 131.335 



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261 
266 



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Selections from 

ftbe fl>6altev 

for Xiec in tbe Services of tbe Cburcbes 

Arranged by the 

Rev. Elijah R. Craven, D.D., LLD. 

and the 

Rev. Louis F. Benson, D. D. 



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Zbc fl>resb\?terian JBoarfc of publication 

anfc 5abbatb=5cbool Worfe 

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Copyright, 1895, by The Trustees of 
The Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work. 



PREFACE 

T N obedience to a continuous demand, these Selections from the Psalter 
have been prepared for use in the services of the churches. The text 
is that of the standard of the American Bible Society, except that words 
there printed in italics are here given in the roman type, and that the 
verses included in any selection are numbered consecutively, with a note to 
show their numbering in the original Psalm. It has seemed best, on the 
whole, that these Selections should be arranged for reading verse by verse, 
rather than by the structural divisions within the verse. It is by verses, 
and not by antiphons, that the Psalms have been learned ; and the verse- 
divisions, while originally artificial, no doubt, now mark the natural and 
familiar breaks in the rhythm of the Psalm, not only in the English Bible, 
but in the memory and the heart. This arrangement has been decided 
upon with the further thought, also, that if in the future a like selection 
from the Psalter, pointed for chanting, shall be issued by the Board, this 
arrangement for reading may correspond with that ; for the proper pointing 
of the Psalms for chanting requires the verse-divisions. 

The Psalms are here given in the order in which they occur in the 
Scriptures. But, within the limits imposed by such an arrangement, the 
effort has been made to give a certain unity, or at least manifest progres- 
sion, of thought to each selection. The Gloria Patri is printed after the 
Selections, and is arranged so that it may be either read or sung, in such 
churches as desire to use it at the close of the reading. 



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Selection \ 

Psalm i 
i BLESSED is the man that walketh 
not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor 
standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth 
in the seat of the scornful. 

2 But his delight is in the law of the 
Lord ; and in his law doth he meditate 
day and night. 

3 And he shall be like a tree planted 
by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth 
his fruit in his season ; his leaf also shall 
not wither ; and whatsoever he doeth shall 
prosper. 

4 The ungodly are not so : but are like 
the chaff which the wind driveth away. 

5 Therefore the ungodly shall not stand 
in the judgment, nor sinners in the con- 
gregation of the righteous. 

6 For the Lord knoweth the way of 
the righteous : but the way of the ungodly 
shall perish. 

Psalm 2 

7 WHY do the heathen rage, and the 
people imagine a vain thing ? 

8 The kings of the earth set them- 
selves, and the rulers take counsel to- 
gether, against the Lord, and against his 
Anointed, saying, 

9 Let us break their bands asunder, 
and cast away their cords from us. 

10 He that sitteth in the heavens shall 
laugh : the Lord shall have them in de- 
rision. 

1 1 Then shall he speak unto them in 
his wrath, and vex them in his sore dis- 
pleasure. 

12 Yet have I set my King upon my 
holy hill of Zion. 

13 I will declare the decree : the Lord 
hath said unto me, Thou art my Son ; this 
day have I begotten thee. 



14 Ask of me, and I shall give thee 
the heathen for thine inheritance, and the 
uttermost parts of the earth for thy pos- 
session. 

15 Thou shalt break them with a rod 
of iron ; thou shalt dash them in pieces 
like a potter's vessel. 

16 Be wise now therefore, O ye kings : 
be instructed, ye judges of the earth. 

17 Serve the Lord with fear, and re- 
joice with trembling. 

18 Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and 
ye perish from the way, when his wrath is 
kindled but a little. Blessed are all they 
that put their trust in him. 

Psalm 4 

19 HEAR me when I call, O God of 
my righteousness : thou hast enlarged me 
when I was in distress ; have mercy upon 
me, and hear my prayer. 

20 O ye sons of men, how long will 
ye turn my glory into shame ? how long 
will ye love vanity, and seek after leas- 
ing ? 

2 1 But know that the Lord hath set 
apart him that is godly for himself : the 
Lord will hear when I call unto him. 

22 Stand in awe, and sin not ; com- 
mune with your own heart upon your bed, 
and be still. 

23 Offer the sacrifices of righteousness, 
and put your trust in the Lord. 

24 There be many that say, Who 
will show us any good ? Lord, lift thou 
up the light of thy countenance upon 
us. 

25 Thou hast put gladness in my heart, 
more than in the time that their corn and 
their wine increased. 

26 I will both lay me down in peace, 
and sleep : for thou, Lord, only makest 
me dwell in safety. 



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Selection 2 

Psalm 5:1-7 

1 GIVE ear to my words, O Lord ; 
consider my meditation. 

2 Hearken unto the voice of my cry, 
my King, and my God : for unto thee will 
I pray. 

3 My voice shalt thou hear in the 
morning, O Lord ; in the morning will I 
direct my prayer unto thee, and will look 
up. 

4 For thou art not a God that hath 
pleasure in wickedness : neither shall evil 
dwell with thee. 

5 The foolish shall not stand in thy 
sight : thou hatest all workers of iniquity. 

6 Thou shalt destroy them that speak 
leasing : the Lord will abhor the bloody 
and deceitful man. 

7 But as for me, I will come into thy 
house in the multitude of thy mercy : and 
in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy 
temple. 

Psalm 8 

8 O LORD our Lord, how excellent is 
thy name in all the earth ! who hast set 
thy glory above the heavens. 

9 Out of the mouth of babes and suck- 
lings hast thou ordained strength because 
of thine enemies, that thou mightest still 
the enemy and the avenger. 

10 When I consider thy heavens, the 
work of thy fingers, the moon and the 
stars, which thou hast ordained ; 

1 1 What is man, that thou art mindful 
of him ? a.nd the son of man, that thou 
visitest him ? 

12 For thou hast made him a little 
lower than the angels, and hast crowned 
him with glory and honor. 

13 Thou madest him to have domin- 
ion over the works of thy hands ; thou 
hast put all things under his feet : 

14 All sheep and oxen, yea, and the 
beasts of the field ; 



1 5 The fowl of the air, and the fish of 
the sea, and whatsoever passeth through 
the paths of the seas. 

1 6 O Lord our Lord, how excellent 
is thy name in all the earth ! 

Psalm i i 

17 IN the Lord put I my trust : how 
say ye to my soul, Flee as a bird to your 
mountain ? 

18 For, lo, the wicked bend their bow, 
they make ready their arrow upon the 
string, that they may privily shoot at the 
upright in heart. 

19 If the foundations be destroyed, 
what can the righteous do ? 

20 The Lord is in his holy temple, 
the Lord's throne is in heaven : his eyes 
behold, his eyelids try, the children of 
men. 

21 The Lord trieth the righteous : but 
the wicked and him tnat loveth violence 
his soul hateth. 

22 Upon the wicked he shall rain 
snares, fire and brimstone, and a horrible 
tempest : this shall be the portion of their 
cup. 

23 For the righteous Lord loveth right- 
eousness ; his countenance doth behold 
the upright. 

Selection 3 

Psalm i 3 

1 HOW long wilt thou forget me, O 
Lord ? for ever ? how long wilt thou hide 
thy face from me ? 

2 How long shall I take counsel in my 
soul, having sorrow in my heart daily ? 
how long shall mine enemy be exalted 
over me ? 

3 Consider and hear me, O Lord my 
God : lighten mine eyes, lest I sleep the 
sleep of death ; 

4 Lest mine enemy say, I have pre- 
vailed against him ; and those that trouble 
me rejoice when I am moved. 



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5 But I have trusted in thy mercy ; my 
heart shall rejoice in thy salvation. 

<> I will sing unto the Lord, because 
he hath dealt bountifully with me. 

Psalm 15 

7 LORD, who shall abide in thy 
tabernacle ? who shall dwell in thy holy 
hill? 

8 He that walketh uprightly, and work- 
eth righteousness, and speaketh the truth 
in his heart. 

9 He that backbiteth not with his 
tongue, nor doeth evil to his neighbor, 
nor taketh up a reproach against his 
neighbor. 

10 In whose eyes a vile person is 
contemned ; but he honoreth them that 
fear the Lord. He that sweareth to his 
own hurt, and changeth not. 

1 1 He that putteth not out his money 
to usury, nor taketh reward against the 
innocent. He that doeth these things 
shall never be moved. 

Psalm 16 

12 PRESERVE me, O God : for in 

thee do I put my trust. 

13 O my soul, thou hast said unto the 
Lord, Thou art my Lord : my goodness 
extendeth not to thee ; 

14 But to the saints that are in the 
earth and to the excellent, in whom is all 
my delight. 

15 Their sorrows shall be multiplied 
that hasten after another god : their drink 
offerings of blood will I not offer, nor take 
up their names into my lips. 

16 The Lord is the portion of mine 
inheritance and of my cup : thou main- 
tainest my lot. 

17 The lines are fallen unto me in 
pleasant places ; yea, I have a goodly 
heritage. 

18 I will bless the Lord, who hath 
given me counsel : my reins also instruct 
me in the night seasons. 



19 I have set the Lord always before 
me : because he is at my right hand, I 
shall not be moved. 

20 Therefore my heart is glad, and 
my glory rejoiceth : my flesh also shall 
rest in hope. 

21 For thou wilt not leave my soul in 
hell ; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy 
One to see corruption. 

22 Thou wilt show me the path of 
life : in thy presence is fulness of joy ; at 
thy right hand there are pleasures for 
evermore. 

Selection 4 

Psalm 17 : 1-9, 15 

1 HEAR the right, O Lord, attend 
unto my cry ; give ear unto my prayer, 
that goeth not out of feigned lips. 

2 Let my sentence come forth from 
thy presence ; let thine eyes behold the 
things that are equal. 

3 Thou hast proved mine heart ; thou 
hast visited me in the night ; thou hast 
tried me, and shalt find nothing : I am pur- 
posed that my mouth shall not transgress. 

4 Concerning the works of men, by 
the word of thy lips I have kept me from 
the paths of the destroyer. 

5 Hold up my goings in thy paths, 
that my footsteps slip not. 

6 I have called upon thee, for thou 
wilt hear me, O God : incline thine ear 
unto me, and hear my speech. 

7 Show thy marvellous loving-kind- 
ness, O thou that savest by thy right hand 
them which put their trust in thee from 
those that rise up against them. 

8 Keep me as the apple of the eye ; 
hide me under the shadow of thy wings, 

9 From the wicked that oppress me, 
from my deadly enemies, who compass 
me about. 

10 As for me, I will behold thy face 
in righteousness : I shall be satisfied, 
when I awake, with thy likeness. 



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Psalm 18 : 1-19 
n I WILL love thee, O Lord, my 
strength. 

12 The Lord is my rock, and my 
fortress, and my deliverer ; my God, 
my strength, in whom I will trust ; my 
buckler, and the horn of my salvation, 
and my high tower. 

13 I will call upon the Lord, who is 
worthy to be praised : so shall I be saved 
from mine enemies. 

X4 The sorrows of death compassed 
me, and the floods of ungodly men made 
me afraid. 

1 5 The sorrows of hell compassed me 
about : the snares of death prevented 
me. 

16 In my distress I called upon the 
Lord, and cried unto my God : he heard 
my voice out of his temple, and my cry 
came before him, even into his ears. 

17 Then the earth shook and trem- 
bled ; the foundations also of the hills 
moved and were shaken, because he was 
wroth. 

18 There went up a smoke out of 
his nostrils, and fire out of his mouth 
devoured : coals were kindled by it. 

19 He bowed the heavens also, and 
came down : and darkness was under 
his feet. 

2© And he rode upon a cherub, and 
did fly : yea, he did fly upon the wings 
of the wind. 

21 He made darkness his secret place ; 
his pavilion round about him were dark 
waters and thick clouds of the skies. 

22 At the brightness that was before 
him his thick clouds passed, hail stones 
and coals of fire. 

23 The Lord also thundered in the 
heavens, and the Highest gave his voice; 
hail stones and coals of fire. 

24 Yea, he sent out his arrows, and 
scattered them ; and he shot out light- 
nings, and discomfited them. 



25 Then the channels of waters were 
seen, and the foundations of the world 
were discovered at thy rebuke, O Lord, 
at the blast of the breath of thy nostrils. 

26 He sent from above, he took me, 
he drew me out of many waters. 

27 He delivered me from my strong 
enemy, and from them which hated me ; 
for they were too strong for me. 

28 They prevented me in the day of 
my calamity : but the Lord was my stay. 

29 He brought me forth also into a 
large place ; he delivered me, because he 
delighted in me. 

Selection 5 

Psalm 18 : 25-35 

1 WITH the merciful thou wilt show 
thyself merciful ; with an upright man 
thou wilt show thyself upright ; 

2 With the pure thou wilt show thyself 
pure ; and with the froward thou wilt 
show thyself froward. 

3 For thou wilt save the afflicted 
people ; but wilt bring down high looks. 

4 For thou wilt light my candle : the 
Lord my God will enlighten my darkness. 

5 For by thee I have run through a 
troop ; and by my God have I leaped 
over a wall. 

6 As for God, his way is perfect : the 
word of the Lord is tried ; he is a buckler 
to all those that trust in him. 

7 For who is God save the Lord ? or 
who is a rock save our God ? 

8 It is God that girdeth me with 
strength, and maketh my way perfect. 

9 He maketh my feet like hinds' feet, 
and setteth me upon my high places. 

10 He teacheth my hands to war, so 
that a bow of steel is broken by mine 
arms. 

1 1 Thou hast also given me the shield 
of thy salvation ; and thy right hand hath 
holden me up, and thy gentleness hath 
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Psalm 19 

12 THE heavens declare the glory of 
God ; and the firmament showeth his 
handywork. 

13 Day unto day uttereth speech, and 
night unto night showeth knowledge. 

14 There is no speech nor language, 
where their voice is not heard. 

15 Their line is gone out through all 
the earth, and their words to the end of 
the world. In them hath he set a taber- 
nacle for the sun, 

16 Which is as a bridegroom coming 
out of his chamber, and rejoiceth as a 
strong man to run a race. 

17 His going forth is from the end of 
the heaven, and his circuit unto the ends 
of it : and there is nothing hid from the 
heat thereof. 

18 The law of the Lord is perfect, 
converting the soul : the testimony of 
the Lord is sure, making wise the simple. 

19 The statutes of the Lord are right, 
rejoicing the heart : the commandment 
of the Lord is pure, enlightening the 
eyes. 

20 The fear of the Lord is clean, en- 
during for ever : the judgments of the 
Lord are true and righteous altogether. 

21 More to be desired are they than 
gold, yea, than much fine gold : sweeter 
also than honey and the honeycomb. 

22 Moreover by them is thy servant 
warned : and in keeping of them there is 
great reward. 

23 Who can understand his errors? 
cleanse thou me from secret faults. 

24 Keep back thy servant also from 
presumptuous sins ; let them not have 
dominion over me : then shall I be up- 
right, and I shall be innocent from the 
great transgression. 

25 Let the words of my mouth, and 
the meditation of my heart, be acceptable 
in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and 
my redeemer. 



Selection 6 

Psalm 20 

1 THE Lord hear thee in the day of 
trouble ; the name of the God of Jacob 
defend thee ; 

2 Send thee help from the sanctuary, 
and strengthen thee out of Zion ; 

3 Remember all thy offerings, and 
accept thy burnt sacrifice ; 

4 Grant thee according to thine own 
heart, and fulfil all thy counsel. 

5 We will rejoice in thy salvation, and 
in the name of our God we will set up our 
banners : the Lord fulfil all thy petitions. 

6 Now know I that the Lord saveth 
his anointed ; he will hear him from his 
holy heaven with the saving strength of 
his right hand. 

7 Some trust in chariots, and some in 
horses : but we will remember the name 
of the Lord our God. 

8 They are brought down and fallen : 
but we are risen, and stand upright. 

9 Save, Lord : let the king hear us 
when we call. 

Psalm 23 

10 THE Lord is my shepherd ; I 
shall not want. 

1 1 He maketh me to lie down in 
green pastures : he leadeth me beside the 
still waters. 

12 He restoreth my soul : he leadeth 
me in the paths of righteousness for his 
name's sake. 

13 Yea, though I walk through the 
valley of the shadow of death, I will fear 
no evil : for thou art with me ; thy rod 
and thy staff they comfort me. 

14 Thou preparest a table before me 
in the presence of mine enemies : thou 
anointest my head with oil ; my cup 
runneth over. 

1 5 Surely goodness and mercy shall fol- 
low me all the days of my life : and I will 
dwell in the house of the Lord for ever. 



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Psalm 24 

16 THE earth is the Lord's, and the 
fulness thereof ; the world, and they that 
dwell therein. 

17 For he hath founded it upon the 
seas, and established it upon the floods. 

18 Who shall ascend into the hill of 
the Lord ? or who shall stand in his holy 
place ? 

19 He that hath clean hands, and a 
pure heart ; who hath not lifted up his 
soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. 

20 He shall receive the blessing from 
the Lord, and righteousness from the 
God of his salvation. 

21 This is the generation of them that 
seek him, that seek thy face, O Jacob. 

22 Lift up your heads, O ye gates ; 
and be ye lifted up, ye everlasting doors ; 
and the King of glory shall come in. 

23 Who is this King of glory ? The 
Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty 
in battle. 

24 Lift up your heads, O ye gates ; 
even lift them up, ye everlasting doors ; 
and the King of glory shall come in. 

25 Who is this King of glory? The 
Lord of hosts, he is the King of glory. 

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Psalm 25 

1 UNTO thee, O Lord, do I lift up 
my soul. 

2 O my God, I trust in thee : let me 
not be ashamed, let not mine enemies 
triumph over me. 

3 Yea, let none that wait on thee be 
ashamed : let them be ashamed which 
transgress without cause. 

4 Show me thy ways, O Lord ; teach 
me thy paths. 

5 Lead me in thy truth, and teach me : 
for thou art the God of my salvation ; on 
thee do I wait all the day. 

6 Remember, O Lord, thy tender 



mercies and thy loving-kindnesses ; for 
they have been ever of old. 

7 Remember not the sins of my youth, 
nor my transgressions : according to thy 
mercy remember thou me for thy good- 
ness' sake, O Lord. 

8 Good and upright is the Lord : 
therefore will he teach sinners in the 
way. 

9 The meek will he guide in judg- 
ment : and the meek will he teach his 
way. 

10 All the paths of the Lord are mercy 
and truth unto such as keep his covenant 
and his testimonies. 

11 For thy name's sake, O Lord, 
pardon mine iniquity ; for it is great. 

12 W T hat man is he that feareth the 
Lord ? him shall he teach in the way 
that he shall choose. 

13 His soul shall dwell at ease; and 
his seed shall inherit the earth. 

14 The secret of the Lord is with 
them that fear him ; and he will show 
them his covenant. 

15 Mine eyes are ever toward the 
Lord ; for he shall pluck my feet out of 
the net. 

16 Turn thee unto me, and have 
mercy upon me ; for I am desolate and 
afflicted. 

17 The troubles of my heart are en- 
larged : O bring thou me out of my 
distresses. 

18 Look upon mine affliction and my 
pain ; and forgive all my sins. 

19 Consider mine enemies ; for they 
are many ; and they hate me with cruel 
hatred. 

20 O keep my soul, and deliver me : 
let me not be ashamed ; for I put my 
trust in thee. 

21 Let integrity and uprightness pre- 
serve me ; for I wait on thee. 

22 Redeem Israel, O God, out of all 
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Selection 8 

Psalm 26 : S-12 

1 LORD, I have loved the habitation 
of thy house, and the place where thine 
honor dwelleth. 

2 Gather not my soul with sinners, nor 
my life with bloody men : 

3 In whose hands is mischief, and 
their right hand is full of bribes. 

4 But as for me. I will walk in mine 
integrity : redeem me, and be merciful 
unto me. 

5 My foot standeth in an even place : 
in the congregations will I bless the Lord. 

Psalm 27 

6 THE Lord is my light and my sal- 
vation ; whom shall I fear ? the Lord is 
the strength of my life ; of whom shall I 
be afraid ? 

7 When the wicked, even mine ene- 
mies and my foes, came upon me to eat 
up my flesh, they stumbled and fell. 

8 Though a host should encamp 
against me, my heart shall not fear : 
though war should rise against me, in 
this will I be confident. 

9 One thing have I desired of the 
Lord, that will I seek after ; that I may 
dwell in the house of the Lord all the 
days of my life, to behold the beauty of 
the Lord, and to inquire in his temple. 

10 For in the time of trouble he shall 
hide me in his pavilion : in the secret of 
his tabernacle shall he hide me ; he shall 
set me up upon a rock. 

1 1 And now shall mine head be lifted 
up above mine enemies round about me : 
therefore will I otter in his tabernacle 
sacrifices of joy ; I will sing, yea, I will 
sing praises unto the Lord. 

12 Hear, O Lord, when I cry with my 
voice : have mercy also upon me, and 
answer me. 

1 3 When thou saidst, Seek ye my face ; 
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my heart said unto thee. Thy face, Lord. 
will I seek. 

14 Hide not thy face far from me ; 
put not thy servant away in anger : thou 
hast been my help ; leave me not. neither 
forsake me, O God of my salvation. 

15 When my father and my mother 
forsake me, then the Lord will take me 
up. 

16 Teach me thy way. Lord, and 
lead me in a plain path, because of mine 
enemies. 

1 7 Deliver me not over unto the will 
of mine enemies : for false witnesses are 
risen up against me, and such as breathe 
out cruelty. 

18 I had fainted, unless I had believed 
to see the goodness of the Lord in the 
land of the living. 

19 Wait on the Lord : be of good 
courage, and he shall strengthen thine 
heart ; wait. I say. on the Lord. 

Psalm 28 : 6-9 

20 BLESSED be the Lord, because he 
hath heard the voice of my supplications. 

21 The Lord is my strength and my 
shield ; my heart trusted in him, and I 
am helped : therefore my heart g 
rejoiceth ; and with my song will I praise 
him. 

22 The Lord is their strength, and he 
is the saving strength oi his anointed. 

23 Save thy people, and bless thine 
inheritance : feed them also, and lift them 
up for ever. 

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Psalm 29 

1 GIVE unto the Lord, O ye mighty, 
give unto the Lord glory and strength. 

2 Give unto the Lord the glory due 
unto his name ; worship the Lord in the 
beauty of holiness. 

3 The voice of the Lord is upon the 
waters : the God of glory thundereth : 
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4 The voice of the Lord is powerful ; 
the voice of the Lord is full of majesty. 

5 The voice of the Lord breaketh the 
cedars ; yea, the Lord breaketh the ce- 
dars of Lebanon. 

6 He maketh them also to skip like a 
calf ; Lebanon and Sirion like a young 
unicorn. 

7 The voice of the Lord divideth the 
flames of fire. 

8 The voice of the Lord shaketh the 
wilderness ; the Lord shaketh the wilder- 
ness of Kadesh. 

9 The voice of the Lord maketh the 
hinds to calve, and discovereth the forests: 
and in his temple doth every one speak 
of his glory. 

10 The Lord sitteth upon the flood ; 
yea, the Lord sitteth King for ever. 

1 1 The Lord will give strength unto 
his people; the Lord will bless his people 
with peace. 

Psalm 30 

12 I WILL extol thee, O Lord ; for 
thou hast lifted me up, and hast not 
made my foes to rejoice over me. 

13 O Lord my God, I cried unto 
thee, and thou hast healed me. 

14 O Lord, thou hast brought up my 
soul from the grave : thou hast kept me 
alive, that I should not go down to the 
pit. 

1 5 Sing unto the Lord, O ye saints of 
his, and give thanks at the remembrance 
of his holiness. 

16 For his anger endureth but a mo- 
ment ; in his favor is life : weeping may 
endure for a night, but joy cometh in the 
morning. 

17 And in my prosperity I said, I shall 
never be moved. 

18 Lord, by thy favor thou hast made 
my mountain to stand strong : thou didst 
hide thy face, and I was troubled. 

19 I cried to thee, O Lord ; and unto 
the Lord I made supplication. 



20 What profit is there in my blood, 
when I go down to the pit? Shall the 
dust praise thee ? shall it declare thy 
truth ? 

21 Hear, O Lord, and have mercy 
upon me : Lord, be thou my helper. 

22 Thou hast turned for me my 
mourning into dancing : thou hast put 
off my sackcloth, and girded me with 
gladness ; 

23 To the end that my glory may sing 
praise to thee, and not be silent. O 
Lord my God, I will give thanks unto 
thee for ever. 

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Psalm 31 : 1-5, 15-16, 19-24 

1 IN thee, O Lord, do I put my trust ; 
let me never be ashamed : deliver me in 
thy righteousness. 

2 Bow down thine ear to me ; deliver 
me speedily : be thou my strong rock, for 
a house of defence to save me. 

3 For thou art my rock and my fort- 
ress ; therefore for thy name's sake lead 
me, and guide me. 

4 Pull me out of the net that they have 
laid privily for me : for thou art my 
strength. 

5 Into thine hand I commit my spirit : 
thou hast redeemed me, O Lord God of 
truth. 

C» My times are in thy hand : deliver 
me from the hand of mine enemies, and 
from them that persecute me. • 

7 Make thy face to shine upon thy 
servant : save me for thy mercies' sake. 

8 Oh how great is thy goodness, which 
thou hast laid up for them that fear thee ; 
which thou hast wrought for them that 
trust in thee before the sons of men ! 

9 Thou shalt hide them in the secret 
of thy presence from the pride of man : 
thou shalt keep them secretly in a pavilion 
from the strife of tongues. 



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10 Blessed be the Lord: for he hath 
showed me his marvellous kindness in a 
strong city. 

1 1 For I said in my haste, I am cut 
off from before thine eyes : nevertheless 
thou heardest the voice of my supplica- 
tions when I cried unto thee. 

12 O love the Lord, all ye his saints: 
for the Lord preserveth the faithful, and 
plentifully rewardeth the proud doer. 

13 Be of good courage, and he shall 
strengthen your heart, all ye that hope 
in the Lord. 

Psalm 32 

14 BLESSED is he whose transgres- 
sion is forgiven, whose sin is covered. 

1 5 Blessed is the man unto whom the 
Lord imputeth not iniquity, and in whose 
spirit there is no guile. 

16 When I kept silence, my bones 
waxed old through my roaring all the 
day long. 

17 For day and night thy hand was 
heavy upon me : my moisture is turned 
into the drought of summer. 

18 I acknowledged my sin unto thee, 
and mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, 
I will confess my transgressions unto the 
Lord; and thou forgavest the iniquity of 
my sin. 

19 For this shall every one that is 
godly pray unto thee in a time when thou 
mayest be found : surely in the floods of 
great waters they shall not come nigh 
unto him. 

20 Thou art my hiding place ; thou 
shalt preserve me from trouble ; thou 
shalt compass me about with songs of 
deliverance. 

21 I will instruct thee and teach thee 
in the way which thou shalt go : I will 
guide thee with mine eye. 

22 Be ye not as the horse, or as the 
mule, which have no understanding : 
whose mouth must be held in with bit 
and bridle, lest they come near unto thee. 



23 Many sorrows shall be to the 
wicked : but he that trusteth in the 
Lord, mercy shall compass him about. 

24 Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice, 
ye righteous : and shout for joy, all ye 
that are upright in heart. 

Selection IX 

Psalm 33 

1 REJOICE in the Lord, O ye right- 
eous: for praise is comely for the upright. 

2 Praise the Lord with harp : sing 
unto him with the psaltery and an instru- 
ment of ten strings. 

3 Sing unto him a new song ; play 
skilfully with a loud noise. 

4 For the word of the Lord is right ; 
and all his works are done in truth. 

5 He loveth righteousness and judg- 
ment : the earth is full of the goodness 
of the Lord. 

6 By the word of the Lord were the 
heavens made ; and all the host of them 
by the breath of his mouth. 

7 He gathereth the waters of the sea 
together as a heap : he layeth up the 
depth in storehouses. 

8 Let all the earth fear the Lord : let 
all the inhabitants of the world stand in 
awe of him. 

9 For he spake, and it was done ; he 
commanded, and it stood fast. 

10 The Lord bringeth the counsel of 
the heathen to naught : he maketh the 
devices of the people of none effect. 

11 The counsel of the Lord standeth 
for ever, the thoughts of his heart to all 
generations. 

12 Blessed is the nation whose God is 
the Lord ; and the people whom he hath 
chosen for his own inheritance. 

13 The Lord looketh from heaven; 
he beholdeth all the sons of men. 

14 From the place of his habitation 
he looketh upon all the inhabitants of 
the earth. 



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15 He fashioneth their hearts alike; 
he considereth all their works. 

16 There is no king saved by the 
multitude of a host : a mighty man is not 
delivered by much strength. 

17 A horse is a vain thing for safety- : 
neither shall he deliver any by his great 
strength. 

18 Behold, the eye of the Lord is 
upon them that fear him, upon them that 
hope in his mercy ; 

19 To deliver their soul from death, 
and to keep them alive in famine. 

20 Our soul waiteth for the Lord: he 
is our help and our shield. 

21 For our heart shall rejoice in him, 
because we have trusted in his holy name. 

22 Let thy mercy, O Lord, be upon 
us, according as we hope in thee. 

Selection 12 

Psalm 34 

1 I WILL bless the Lord at all times: 
his praise shall continually be in my 
mouth. 

2 My soul shall make her boast in the 
Lord: the humble shall hear thereof, and 
be glad. 

3 O magnify the Lord with me, and 
let us exalt his name together. 

4 I sought the Lord, and he heard 
me, and delivered me from all my fears. 

5 They looked unto him, and were 
lightened : and their faces were not 
ashamed. 

6 This poor man cried, and the Lord 
heard him, and saved him out of all his 
troubles. 

7 The angel of the Lord encampeth 
round about them that' fear him, and 
delivereth them. 

8 O taste and see that the Lord is 
good : blessed is the man that trusteth 
in him. 

9 O fear the Lord, ye his saints : for 
there is no want to them that fear him. 



10 The young lions do lack, and suffer 
hunger ; but they that seek the Lord 
shall not want any good thing. 

1 1 Come, ye children, hearken unto 
me : I will teach you the fear of the 
Lord. 

12 What man is he that desireth life, 
and loveth many days, that he may see 
good ? 

13 Keep thy tongue from evil, and 
thy lips from speaking guile. 

14 Depart from evil, and do good ; 
seek peace, and pursue it. 

1 5 The eyes of the Lord are upon the 
righteous, and his ears are open unto 
their cry. 

16 The face of the Lord is against 
them that do evil, to cut off the remem- 
brance of them from the earth. 

17 The righteous cry, and the Lord 
heareth, and delivereth them out of all 
their troubles. 

18 The Lord is nigh unto them that 
are of a broken heart ; and saveth such 
as be of a contrite spirit. 

19 Many are the afflictions of the 
righteous : but the Lord delivereth him 
out of them all. 

20 He keepeth all his bones: not one 
of them is broken. 

21 Evil shall slay the wicked : and 
they that hate the righteous shall be 
desolate. 

22 The Lord redeemeth the soul of 
his servants: and none of them that trust 
in him shall be desolate. 

Psalm 36 : 5-10 

23 Thy mercy, O Lord, is in the 
heavens ; and thy faithfulness reacheth 
unto the clouds. 

24 Thy righteousness is like the great 
mountains ; thy judgments are a great 
deep: O Lord, thou preservest man and 
beast. 

2 5 How excellent is thy loving-kindness, 



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O God ! therefore the children of men put 
their trust under the shadow of thy wings. 

26 They shall be abundantly satisfied 
with the fatness of thy house ; and thou 
shalt make them drink of the river of 
thy pleasures. 

27 For with thee is the fountain of 
life : in thy light shall we see light. 

28 O continue thy loving-kindness 
unto them that know thee ; and thy right- 
eousness to the upright in heart. 

Selection 13 

Psalm 37 : 1-9, 23-40 

1 FRET not thyself because of evil 
doers, neither be thou envious against the 
workers of iniquity. 

2 For they shall soon be cut down like 
the grass, and wither as the green herb. 

3 Trust in the Lord, and do good; so 
shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily 
thou shalt be fed. 

4 Delight thyself also in the Lord ; 
and he shall give thee the desires of 
thine heart. 

5 Commit thy way unto the Lord ; 
trust also in him ; and he shall bring it 
to pass. 

6 And he shall bring forth thy right- 
eousness as the light, and thy judgment 
as the noonday. 

7 Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently 
for him : fret not thyself because of him 
who prospereth in his way, because of the 
man who bringeth wicked devices to pass. 

8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath : 
fret not thyself in any wise to do evil. 

9 For evil doers shall be cut off : but 
those that wait upon the Lord, they shall 
inherit the earth. 

10 The steps of a good man are 
ordered by the Lord ; and he delighteth 
in his way. 

1 1 Though he fall, he shall not be 
utterly cast down: for the Lord upholdeth 
him with his hand. 



12 I have been young, and now am 
old ; yet have I not seen the righteous 
forsaken, nor his seed begging bread. 

13 He is ever merciful, and lendeth ; 
and his seed is blessed. 

14 Depart from evil, and do good ; 
and dwell for evermore. 

1 5 For the Lord loveth judgment, and 
forsaketh not his saints ; they are pre- 
served for ever ; but the seed of the 
wicked shall be cut off. 

16 The righteous shall inherit the 
land, and dwell therein for ever. 

17 The mouth of the righteous speak- 
eth wisdom, and his tongue talketh of 
judgment. 

18 The law of his God is in his heart; 
none of his steps shall slide. 

19 The wicked watcheth the righteous, 
and seeketh to slay him. 

20 The Lord will not leave him in 
his hand, nor condemn him when he is 
judged. 

21 Wait on the Lord, and keep his 
way, and he shall exalt thee to inherit the 
land : when the wicked are cut off, thou 
shalt see it. 

22 I have seen the wicked in great 
power, and spreading himself like a green 
bay tree. 

23 Yet he passed away, and, lo, he 
was not : yea, I sought him, but he could 
not be found. 

24 Mark the perfect man, and behold 
the upright : for the end of that man is 
peace. 

25 But the transgressors shall be 
destroyed together: the end of the wicked 
shall be cut off. 

26 But the salvation of the righteous 
is of the Lord : he is their strength in 
the time of trouble. 

27 And the Lord shall help them, and 
deliver them ; he shall deliver them from 
the wicked, and save them, because they 
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Psalm 39 

1 I SAID, I will take heed to my 
ways, that I sin not with my tongue : I 
will keep my mouth with a bridle, while 
the wicked is before me. 

2 I was dumb with silence, I held my 
peace, even from good ; and my sorrow 
was stirred. 

3 My heart was hot within me ; while 
I was musing the fire burned: then spake 
I with my tongue, 

4 Lord, make me to know mine end, 
and the measure of my days, what it is ; 
that I may know how frail I am. 

5 Behold, thou hast made my days 
as a handbreath ; and mine age is as 
nothing before thee : verily every man at 
his best state is altogether vanity. 

6 Surely every man walketh in a vain 
show ; surely they are disquieted in vain : 
he heapeth up riches, and knoweth not 
who shall gather them. 

7 And now, Lord, what wait I for ? 
my hope is in thee. 

8 Deliver me from all my transgres- 
sions : make me not the reproach of the 
foolish. 

9 I was dumb, I opened not my 
mouth ; because thou didst it. 

10 Remove thy stroke away from me: 
I am consumed by the blow of thine 
hand. 

1 1 When thou with rebukes dost cor- 
rect man for iniquity, thou makest his 
beauty to consume away like a moth : 
surely every man is vanity. 

12 Hear my prayer, O Lord, and give 
ear unto my cry ; hold not thy peace at 
my tears : for I am a stranger with 
thee, and a sojourner, as all my fathers 
were. 

13 O spare me, that I may recover 
strength, before I go hence, and be no 
more. 



Psalm 40 : 1-13, 16-17 

14 I WAITED patiently for the Lord; 
and he inclined unto me, and heard my 
cry. 

15 He brought me up also out of a 
horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set 
my feet upon a rock, and established my 
goings. 

16 And he hath put a new song in 
my mouth, even praise unto our God : 
many shall see it, and fear, and shall trust 
in the Lord. 

17 Blessed is that man that maketh 
the Lord his trust, and respecteth not 
the proud, nor such as turn aside to lies. 

18 Many, O Lord my God, are thy 
wonderful works which thou hast done, 
and thy thoughts which are to us-ward : 

19 They cannot be reckoned up in 
order unto thee : if I would declare and 
speak of them, they are more than can 
be numbered. 

20 Sacrifice and offering thou didst 
not desire ; mine ears hast thou opened : 
burnt offering and sin offering hast thou 
not required. 

21 Then said I, Lo, I come: in the 
volume of the book it is written of me, 

22 I delight to do thy will, O my God, 
yea, thy law is within my heart. 

23 I have preached righteousness in 
the great congregation : lo, I have not 
refrained my lips, O Lord, thou knowest. 

24 I have not hid thy righteousness 
within my heart ; I have declared thy 
faithfulness and thy salvation : I have not 
concealed thy loving-kindness, and thy 
truth from the great congregation. 

25 Withhold not thou thy tender mer- 
cies from me, O Lord : let thy loving- 
kindness and thy truth continually pre- 
serve me. 

26 For innumerable evils have com- 
passed me about : mine iniquities have 
taken hold upon me, so that I am not 
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hairs of mine head : therefore my heart 
faileth me. 

27 Be pleased, Lord, to deliver me: 
O Lord, make haste to help me. 

28 Let all those that seek thee rejoice 
and be glad in thee : let such as love 
thy salvation say continually, The Lord 
be magnified. 

29 But I am poor and needy ; yet the 
Lord thinketh upon me : thou art my 
help an4 my deliverer ; make no tarry- 
ing, O my God. 

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Psalm 42 

1 AS the hart panteth after the water 
brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, 
O God. 

2 My soul thirsteth for God, for the 
living God : when shall I come and 
appear before God ? 

3 My tears have been my meat day 
and night, while they continually say unto 
me, Where is thy God ? 

4 When I remember these things, I 
pour out my soul in me : for I had gone 
with the multitude, I went with them to 
the house of God, with the voice of joy 
and praise, with a multitude that kept 
holyday. 

5 Why art thou cast down, O my soul ? 
and why art thou disquieted in me ? hope 
thou in God ; for I shall yet praise him 
for the help of his countenance. 

6 O my God, my soul is cast down 
within me : therefore will I remember 
thee from the land of Jordan, and of the 
Hermonites, from the hill Mizar. 

7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise 
of thy waterspouts : all thy waves and 
thy billows are gone over me. 

8 Yet the Lord will command his lov- 
ing-kindness in the daytime, and in the 
night his song shall be with me, and my 
prayer unto the God of my life. 



9 I will say unto God my rock, Why 
hast thou forgotten me ? why go I mourn- 
ing because of the oppression of the 
enemy ? 

10 As with a sword in my bones, mine 
enemies reproach me ; while they say 
daily unto me, Where is thy God ? 

1 1 Why art thou cast down, O my 
soul ? and why art thou disquieted within 
me ? hope thou in God : for I shall yet 
praise him, who is the health of my 
countenance, and my God. 

Psalm 43 

12 JUDGE me, O God, and plead my 
cause against an ungodly nation : O deliver 
me from the deceitful and unjust man. 

13 For thou art the God of my 
strength : why dost thou cast me off? 
why go I mourning because of the op- 
pression of the enemy ? 

14 O send out thy light and thy truth: 
let them lead me ; let them bring me 
unto thy holy hill, and to thy tabernacles. 

15 Then will I go unto the altar of 
God, unto God my exceeding joy : yea, 
upon the harp will I praise thee, O God 
my God. 

1 6 Why art thou cast down, O my 
soul ? and why art thou disquieted within 
me ? hope in God : for I shall yet praise 
him, who is the health of my countenance, 
and my God. 

Psalm 44 : 1-8 

17 WE have heard with our ears, O 
God, our fathers have told us, what work 
thou didst in their days, in the times of 
old. 

18 How thou didst drive out the 
heathen with thy hand, and plantedst 
them ; how thou didst afflict the people, 
and cast them out. 

19 For they got not the land in 
possession by their own sword, neither 
did their own arm save them : but thy 



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right hand, and thine arm, and the light 
of thy countenance, because thou hadst 
a favor unto them. 

20 Thou art my King, O God : com- 
mand deliverances for Jacob. 

21 Through thee will we push down 
our enemies : through thy name will we 
tread them under that rise up against us. 

22 For I will not trust in my bow, 
neither shall my sword save me. 

23 But thou hast saved us from our 
enemies, and hast put them to shame that 
hated us. 

24 In God we boast all the day long, 
and praise thy name forever. 

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Psalm 45 

1 MY heart is inditing a good matter : 
I speak of the things which I have made 
touching the King : my tongue is the pen 
of a ready writer. 

2 Thou art fairer than the children of 
men : grace is poured into thy lips : 
therefore God hath blessed thee for ever. 

3 Gird thy sword upon thy thigh, O 
most Mighty, with thy glory and thy 
majesty. 

4 And in thy majesty ride prosperously, 
because of truth and meekness and right- 
eousness ; and thy right hand shall teach 
thee terrible things. 

5 Thine arrows are sharp in the heart 
of the King's enemies ; whereby the peo- 
ple fall under thee. 

6 Thy throne, O God, is for ever and 
ever : the sceptre of thy kingdom is a 
right sceptre. 

7 Thou lovest righteousness, and hatest 
wickedness: therefore God, thy God, hath 
anointed thee with the oil of gladness 
above thy fellows. 

8 All thy garments smell of myrrh, and 
aloes, and cassia, out of the ivory palaces, 
whereby they have made thee glad. 

9 Kings' daughters were among thy 



honorable women : upon thy right hand 
did stand the queen in gold of Ophir. 

10 Hearken, O daughter, and con- 
sider, and incline thine ear ; forget also 
thine own people, and thy father's house ; 

1 1 So shall the King greatly desire thy 
beauty : for he is thy Lord ; and worship 
thou him. 

12 And the daughter of Tyre shall be 
there with a gift ; even the rich among 
the people shall entreat thy favor. 

13 The King's daughter is all glorious 
within : her clothing is of wrought gold. 

X4 She shall be brought unto the King 
in raiment of needlework : the virgins 
her companions that follow her shall be 
brought unto thee. 

15 With gladness and rejoicing shall 
they be brought : they shall enter into 
the King's palace. 

1 6 Instead of thy fathers shall be thy 
children, whom thou mayest make princes 
in all the earth. 

1 7 I will make thy name to be remem- 
bered in all generations : therefore shall 
the people praise thee for ever and ever. 

Psalm 46 

18 GOD is our refuge and strength, a 
very present help in trouble. 

19 Therefore will we not fear, though 
the earth be removed, and though the 
mountains be carried into the midst of 
the sea ; 

20 Though the waters thereof roar and 
be troubled, though the mountains shake 
with the swelling thereof. 

2 1 There is a river, the streams whereof 
shall make glad the city of God, the holy 
place of the tabernacles of the Most High. 

22 God is in the midst of her ; she 
shall not be moved : God shall help her, 
and that right early. 

23 The heathen raged, the kingdoms 
were moved : he uttered his voice, the 
earth melted. 



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24 The Lord of hosts is with us ; the 
God of Jacob is our refuge. 

25 Come, behold the works of the 
Lord, what desolations he hath made in 
the earth. 

26 He maketh wars to cease unto the 
end of the earth ; he breaketh the bow, 
and cutteth the spear in sunder ; he 
burneth the chariot in the fire. 

27 Be still, and know that I am God : 
I will be exalted among the heathen, I 
will be exalted in the earth. 

28 The Lord of hosts is with us ; the 
God of Jacob is our refuge. 

Selection 17 

Psalm 47 

1 O CLAP your hands, all ye people ; 
shout unto God with the voice of triumph. 

2 For the Lord most high is terrible ; 
he is a great King over all the earth. 

3 He shall subdue the people under 
us, and the nations under our feet. 

4 He shall choose our inheritance for 
us, the excellency of Jacob whom he 
loved. 

5 God is gone up with a shout, the 
Lord with the sound of a trumpet. 

6 Sing praises to God, sing praises : 
sing praises unto our King, sing praises. 

7 For God is the King of all the earth : 
sing ye praises with understanding. 

8 God reigneth over the heathen : God 
sitteth upon the throne of his holiness. 

9 The princes of the people are gath- 
ered together, even the people of the 
God of Abraham : for the shields of the 
earth belong unto God : he is greatly 
exalted. 

Psalm 48 

10 GREAT is the Lord, and greatly 
to be praised in the city of our God, in 
the mountain of his holiness. 

11 Beautiful for situation, the joy of 
the whole earth, is mount Zion, on the 



sides of the north, the city of the great 
King. 

12 God is known in her palaces for a 
refuge. 

13 For, lo, the kings were assembled, 
they passed by together. 

14 They saw it, and so they marvelled ; 
they were troubled, and hasted away. 

15 Fear took hold upon them there, 
and pain, as of a woman in travail. . 

1 6 Thou breakest the ships of Tarshish 
with an east wind. 

17 As we have heard, so have we seen 
in the city of the Lord of hosts, in the 
city of our God : God will establish it for 
ever. 

18 We have thought of thy loving- 
kindness, O God, in the midst of thy 
temple. 

19 According to thy name, O God, 
so is thy praise unto the ends of the 
earth : thy right hand is full of righteous- 
ness. 

20 Let mount Zion rejoice, let the 
daughters of Judah be glad, because of 
thy judgments. 

21 Walk about Zion, and go round 
about her : tell the towers thereof. 

22 Mark ye well her bulwarks, con- 
sider her palaces ; that ye may tell it to 
the generation following. 

23 For this God is our God for ever 
and ever : he will be our guide even unto 
death. 

Selection 18 

Psalm 51 

1 HAVE mercy upon me, O God, ac- 
cording to thy lovingkindness : according 
unto the multitude of thy tender mercies 
blot out my transgressions. 

2 Wash me thoroughly from mine in- 
iquity, and cleanse me from my sin. 

3 For I acknowledge my transgres- 
sions : and my sin is ever before me. 



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4 Against thee, thee only, have I 
sinned, and done this evil in thy sight : 
that thou mightest be justified when thou 
speakest, and be clear when thou judgest. 

5 Behold, I was shapen in iniquity ; 
and in sin did my mother conceive me. 

6 Behold, thou desirest truth in the 
inward parts : and in the hidden part 
thou shalt make me to know wisdom. 

7 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall 
be clean : wash me, and I shall be whiter 
than snow. 

8 Make me to hear joy and gladness ; 
that the bones which thou hast broken 
may rejoice. 

9 Hide thy face from my sins, and 
blot out all mine iniquities. 

10 Create in me a clean heart, O God ; 
and renew a right spirit within me. 

1 1 Cast me not away from thy pres- 
ence ; and take not thy Holy Spirit from 
me. 

12 Restore unto me the joy of thy 
salvation ; and uphold me with thy free 
Spirit. 

13 Then will I teach transgressors thy 
ways ; and sinners shall be converted 
unto thee. 

14 Deliver me from bloodguiltiness, 
O God, thou God of my salvation : and 
my tongue shall sing aloud of thy right- 
eousness. 

15 O Lord, open thou my lips ; and 
my mouth shall show forth thy praise. 

16 For thou desirest not sacrifice ; 
else would I give it ; thou delightest not 
in burnt offering. 

17 The sacrifices of God are a broken 
spirit : a broken and a contrite heart, O 
God, thou wilt not despise. 

18 Do good in thy good pleasure unto 
Zion : build thou the walls of Jerusalem. 

19 Then shalt thou be pleased with 
the sacrifices of righteousness, with burnt 
offering and whole burnt offering : then 
shall they offer bullocks upon thine altar. 



Sdertion 19 

Psalm 53 

1 THE fool hath said in his heart, 
There is no God. Corrupt are they, 
and have done abominable iniquity : 
there is none that doeth good. 

2 God looked down from heaven upon 
the children of men, to see if there were 
any that did understand, that did seek 
God. 

3 Every one of them is gone back : 
they are altogether become filthy ; there 
is none that doeth good, no, not one. 

4 Have the workers of iniquity no 
knowledge ? who eat up my people as 
they eat bread : they have not called 
upon God. 

5 There were they in great fear, where 
no fear was : for God hath scattered the 
bones of him that encampeth against 
thee : thou hast put them to shame, be- 
cause God hath despised them. 

6 Oh that the salvation of Israel were 
come out of Zion! When God bringeth 
back the captivity of his people, Jacob 
shall rejoice, and Israel shall be glad. 

Psalm 56: 3-4, 8-13 

7 WHAT time I am afraid, I will trust 
in thee. 

8 In God I will praise his word, in 
God I have put my trust ; I will not fear 
what flesh can do unto me. 

9 Thou tellest my wanderings : put 
thou my tears into thy bottle : are they 
not in thy book ? 

10 When I cry unto thee, then shall 
mine enemies turn back : this I know ; 
for God is for me, 

1 1 In God will I praise his word : in 
the Lord will I praise his word. 

12 In God have I put my trust : I 
will not be afraid what man can do unto 
me. 

13 Thy vows are upon me, O God: 
I will render praises unto thee. 



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14 For thou hast delivered my soul 
from death : wilt not thou deliver my 
feet from falling, that I may walk before 
God in the light of the living ? 

Psalm 57 

15 BE merciful unto me, O God, be 
merciful unto me : for my soul trusteth 
in thee : yea, in the shadow of thy wings 
will I make my refuge, until these calam- 
ities be overpast. 

16 I will cry unto God most high ; 
unto God that performeth all things for 
me. 

17 He shall send from heaven, and 
save me from the reproach of him that 
would swallow me up. God shall send 
forth his mercy and his truth. 

18 My soul is among lions : and I lie 
even among them that are set on fire, 
even the sons of men, whose teeth are 
spears and arrows, and their tongue a 
sharp sword. 

19 Be thou exalted, O God, above the 
heavens ; let thy glory be above all the 
earth. 

20 They have prepared a net for my 
steps : my soul is bowed down : they 
have digged a pit before me, . into the 
midst whereof they are fallen themselves. 

21 My heart is fixed, O God, my heart 
is fixed : I will sing and give praise. 

22 Awake up. my glory ; awake, psal- 
tery and harp : I myself will awake early. 

23 I will praise thee, O Lord, among 
the people : I will sing unto thee among 
the nations. 

24 For thy mercy is great unto the 
heavens, and thy truth unto the clouds. 

25 Be thou exalted, O God, above the 
heavens : let thy glory be above all the 
earth. 

Selection 20 

Psalm 6i 

i HEAR my cry, O God ; attend unto 
my prayer. 



2 From the end of the earth will I 
cry unto thee, when my heart is over- 
whelmed : lead me to the rock that is 
higher than I. 

3 For thou hast been a shelter for me, 
and a strong tower from the enemy. 

4 I will abide in thy tabernacle for 
ever : I will trust in the covert of thy 
wings. 

5 For thou, O God, hast heard my 
vows : thou hast given me the heritage of 
those that fear thy name. 

6 Thou wilt prolong the king's life : 
and his years as many generations. 

7 He shall abide before God for ever : 
O prepare mercy and truth, which may 
preserve him. 

8 So will I sing praise unto thy name 
for ever, that I may daily perform my 
vows. 

Psalm 62 

9 TRULY my soul waiteth upon God : 
from him cometh my salvation. 

10 He only is my rock and my salva- 
tion ; he is my defence ; I shall not be 
greatly moved. 

1 1 How long will ye imagine mischief 
against a man ? ye shall be slain all of 
you : as a bowing wall shall ye be, and as 
a tottering fence. 

12 They only consult to cast him down 
from his excellency : they delight in lies : 
they bless with their mouth, but they curse 
inwardly. 

13 My soul, wait thou only upon God ; 
for my expectation is from him. 

14 He only is my rock and my salva- 
tion : he is my defence ; I shall not be 
moved. 

15 In God is my salvation and my 
glory : the rock of my strength, and my 
refuge, is in God. 

16 Trust in him at all times ; ye people, 
pour out your heart before him : God is 
a refuse for us. 



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1 7 Surely men of low degree are vanity, 
and men of high degree are a lie : to be 
laid in the balance, they are altogether 
lighter than vanity. 

18 Trust not in oppression, and be- 
come not vain in robbery : if riches in- 
crease, set not your heart upon them. 

19 God hath spoken once ; twice have 
I heard this ; that power belongeth unto 
God. 

20 Also unto thee, O Lord, belongeth 
mercy : for thou renderest to every man 
according to his work. 

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Psalm 63 

1 O GOD, thou art my God ; early 
will I seek thee : my soul thirsteth for 
thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry 
and thirsty land, where no water is ; 

2 To see thy power and thy glory, so 
as I have seen thee in the sanctuary. 

3 Because thy loving-kindness is better 
than life, my lips shall praise thee. 

4 Thus will I bless thee while I live : 
I will lift up my hands in thy name. 

5 My soul shall be satisfied as with 
marrow and fatness ; and my mouth shall 
praise thee with joyful lips : 

6 When I remember thee upon my bed, 
and meditate on thee in the night watches. 

7 Because thou hast been my help, 
therefore in the shadow of thy wings will 
I rejoice. 

8 My soul followeth hard after thee : 
thy right hand upholdeth me. 

9 But those that seek my soul, to de- 
stroy it, shall go into the lower parts of 
the earth. 

10 They shall fall by the sword : they 
shall be a portion for foxes. 

1 1 But the king shall rejoice in God ; 
every one that sweareth by him shall 
glory : but the mouth of them that speak 
lies shall be stopped. 



Psalm 65 

12 PRAISE waiteth for thee, O God, 
in Zion : and unto thee shall the vow be 
performed. 

13 O thou that nearest prayer, unto 
thee shall all flesh come. 

14 Iniquities prevail against me : as 
for our transgressions, thou shalt purge 
them away. 

15 Blessed is the man whom thou 
choosest, and causest to approach unto 
thee, that he may dwell in thy courts : we 
shall be satisfied with the goodness of thy 
house, even of thy holy temple. 

16 By terrible things in righteousness 
wilt thou answer us, O God of our salva- 
tion ; who art the confidence of all the 
ends of the earth, and of them that are 
afar off upon the sea : 

17 Which by his strength setteth fast 
the mountains ; being girded with power : 

18 Which stilleth the noise of the seas, 
the noise of their waves, and the tumult 
of the people. 

19 They also that dwell in the utter- 
most parts are afraid at thy tokens : thou 
makest the outgoings of the morning and 
evening to rejoice. 

2© Thou visitest the earth, and water- 
est it : thou greatly enrichest it with the 
river of God, which is full of water : thou 
preparest them corn, when thou hast so 
provided for it. 

21 Thou waterest the ridges thereof 
abundantly : thou settlest the furrows 
thereof : thou makest it soft with showers : 
thou blessest the springing thereof. 

22 Thou crownest the year with thy 
goodness ; and thy paths drop fatness. 

23 They drop upon the pastures of the 
wilderness : and the little hills rejoice on 
every side. 

24 The pastures are clothed with 
flocks ; the valleys also are covered over 
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Selection 22 

Psalm 66 
i MAKE a joyful noise unto God, all 
ye lands : 

2 Sing forth the honor of his name : 
make his praise glorious. 

3 Say unto God, How terrible art thou 
in thy works ! through the greatness of 
thy power shall thine enemies submit 
themselves unto thee. 

4 All the earth shall worship thee, and 
shall sing unto thee ; they shall sing to 
thy name. 

5 Come and see the works of God : 
he is terrible in his doing toward the 
children of men. 

6 He turned the sea into dry land : 
they went through the flood on foot: there 
did we rejoice in him. 

7 He ruleth by his power for ever ; his 
eyes behold the nations : let not the re- 
bellious exalt themselves. 

8 O bless our God, ye people, and 
make the voice of his praise to be heard : 

9 Which holdeth our soul in life, and 
suftereth not our feet to be moved. 

10 For thou, O God, hast proved us : 
thou hast tried us, as silver is tried. 

1 1 Thou broughtest us into the net ; 
thou laidst affliction upon our loins. 

12 Thou hast caused men to ride over 
our heads ; we went through fire and 
through water : but thou broughtest us 
out into a wealthy place. 

13 I will go into thy house with burnt 
offerings : I will pay thee my vows, 

14 Which my lips have uttered, and my 
mouth hath spoken, when I was in trouble. 

1 5 I will offer unto thee burnt sacri- 
fices of fatlings, with the incense of rams: 
I will offer bullocks with goats. 

16 Come and hear, all ye that fear 
God, and I will declare what he hath done 
for my soul. 

17 I cried unto him with my mouth, 
and he was extolled with my tongue. 



18 If I regard iniquity in my heart, 
the Lord will not hear me : 

19 But verily God hath heard me ; he 
hath attended to the voice of my prayer. 

20 Blessed be God, which hath not 
turned away my prayer, nor his mercy 
from me. 

Psalm 67 

21 GOD be merciful unto us, and bless 
us ; and cause his face to shine upon us ; 

22 That thy way may be known upon 
earth, thy saving health among all nations. 

23 Let the people praise thee, O God ; 
let all the people praise thee. 

24 O let the nations be glad and sing 
for joy : for thou shalt judge the people 
righteously, and govern the nations upon 
earth. 

25 Let the people praise thee, O God ; 
let all the people praise thee. 

26 Then shall the earth yield her in- 
crease ; and God, even our own God, 
shall bless us. 

27 God shall bless us ; and all the 
ends of the earth shall fear him. 

Selection 23 

Psalm 68 : 1-19, 28-29, 31-35 

1 LET God arise, let his enemies be 
scattered : let them also that hate him 
flee before him. 

2 As smoke is driven away, so drive 
them away : as wax melteth before the 
fire, so let the wicked perish at the pres- 
ence of God. " 

3 But let the righteous be glad ; let 
them rejoice before God : yea, let them 
exceedingly rejoice. 

4 Sing unto God, sing praises to his 
name : extol him that rideth upon the 
heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice 
before him. 

5 A father of the fatherless, and a 
judge of the widows, is God in his holy 
habitation. 



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6 God setteth the solitary in families : 
he bringeth out those which are bound 
with chains : but the rebellious dwell in 
a dry land. 

7 O God, when thou wentest forth be- 
fore thy people, when thou didst march 
through the wilderness ; 

8 The earth shook, the heavens also 
dropped at the presence of God : even 
Sinai itself was moved at the presence of 
God, the God of Israel. 

9 Thou, O God, didst send a plentiful 
rain, whereby thou didst confirm thine 
inheritance, when it was weary. 

10 Thy congregation hath dwelt there- 
in : thou, O God, hast prepared of thy 
goodness for the poor. 

1 1 The Lord gave the word : great 
was the company of those that pub- 
lished it. 

12 Kings of armies did flee apace : 
and she that tarried at home divided the 
spoil. 

13 Though ye have lain among the 
pots, yet shall ye be as the wings of a 
dove covered with silver, and her feathers 
with yellow gold. 

14 When the Almighty scattered kings 
in it, it was white as snow in Salmon. 

15 The hill of God is as the hill of 
Bashan; a high hill as the hill of Bashan. 

16 Why leap ye, ye high hills ? this is 
the hill which God desireth to dwell in ; 
yea, the Lord will dwell in it for ever. 

17 The chariots of God are twenty 
thousand, even thousands of angels : the 
Lord is among them, as in Sinai, in the 
holy place. 

18 Thou hast ascended on high, thou 
hast led captivity captive : thou hast re- 
ceived gifts for men; yea, for the rebellious 
also, that the Lord God might dwell 
among them. 

19 Blessed be the Lord, who daily 
loadeth us with benefits, even the God of 
our salvation. 



20 Thy God hath commanded thy 
strength : strengthen, O God, that which 
thou hast wrought for us. 

21 Because of thy temple at Jerusalem 
shall kings bring presents unto thee. 

22 Princes shall come out of Egypt ; 
Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands 
unto God. 

23 Sing unto God, ye kingdoms of the 
earth ; O sing praises unto the Lord ; 

24 To him that rideth upon the heavens 
of heavens, which were of old; lo, he doth 
send out his voice, and that a mighty voice. 

25 Ascribe ye strength unto God : his 
excellency is over Israel, and his strength 
is in the clouds. 

26 O God, thou art terrible out of thy 
holy places : the God of Israel is he that 
giveth strength and power unto his peo- 
ple. Blessed be God. 

Selection 24 

Psalm 70 

1 MAKE haste, O God, to deliver 
me ; make haste to help me, O Lord. 

2 Let them be ashamed and con- 
founded that seek after my soul : let 
them be turned backward, and put to 
confusion, that desire my hurt. 

3 Let them be turned back for a re- 
ward of their shame that say, Aha, aha. 

4 Let all those that seek thee rejoice 
and be glad in thee : and let such as love 
thy salvation say continually, Let God be 
magnified. 

5 But I am poor and needy ; make 
haste unto me, O God : thou art my help 
and my deliverer ; O Lord, make no 
tarrying. 

Psalm 71 : 1-5, 8-9, 12, 14-24 

6 IN thee, O Lord, do I put my 
trust : let me never be put to confusion. 

7 Deliver me in thy righteousness, and 
cause me to escape ; incline thine ear 
unto me, and save me. 



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8 Be thou my strong habitation, where- 
unto I may continually resort : thou hast 
given commandment to save me ; tor 
thou art my rock and my fortress. 

9 Deliver me, O my God. out of the 
hand of the wicked, out of the hand of 
the unrighteous and cruel man. 

10 For thou art my hope, Lord 
God : thou art my trust from my youth. 

ii Let my mouth be filled with thy 
praise and with thy honor all the day. 

12 Cast me not oft" in the time of old 
age ; forsake me not when my strength 
faileth. 

1 3 God, be not far from me : O my 
God, make haste for my help. 

14 But I will hope continually, and 
will yet praise thee more and m 

15 My mouth shall show forth thy 
righteousness and thy salvation all the 
dav ; for I know not the numbers there- 
of.' 

16 I will go in the strength of the 
Lord God : I will make mention of thy 
righteousness, even of thine only. 

17 O God, thou hast taught me from 
my youth : and hitherto have I declared 
thy wondrous works. 

18 Now also when I am old and gray- 
headed, O God. forsake me not ; until I 
have showed thy strength unto th s 
eration, and thy power to every one that 
is to come. 

19 Thy righteousness also. O God. is 
very high, who hast done great things : O 
God, who is like unto thee ! 

20 Thou, which hast showed me great 
and sore troubles, shalt quicken me again, 
and shalt bring me up again from the 
depths of the earth. 

2 1 Thou shalt increase my greatness, 
and comfort me on every side. 

22 I will also praise thee with the 
psaltery, even thy truth. O my God : unto 
thee will I sing with the harp, O thou 
Holv One of Israel. 



23 My lips shall greatly rejoice when I 
sing unto thee ; and my soul, which thou 

edeemed. 

24 My tongue shall also talk of thy 
righteousness all the day long : for they 
are confounded, for they are brought unto 
shame, that seek my hurt. 

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Psalm 72 
• 1 GIVE the king thy judgments. O 
God, and thy righteousness unto the 
king's son. 

2 He shall j udge thy people with right- 
eousness, and thy poor with judgment. 

3 The mountains shall bring pe 

the people, and the little hills, by right- 
eousness. 

4 He shall judge the poor of the peo- 
ple, he shall save the children of the 
needy, and shall break in pieces the 
oppres- 

5 They shall fear thee as long as the 
sun and moon endure, throughout all 
generations. 

6 He shall come down like rain upon 
the mown grass showers that water 
the earth. 

his lays shall the righteous flour- 
ish : and abundance of peace so lor ig - 
the moon endureth. 

8 He shall have dominion also from 
sea to sea. and from the river unto the 
ends of the earth. 

9 They that dwell in the wilderness 
shall bow before him : and his enemies 
shall lick the dust. 

10 The kings of Tarshish and of the 
isles shall bring presents: the kings of 
Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts. 

1 1 Yea. all kings shall fall down before 
him : all nations shall serve him. 

12 For he shall deliver the needy 
when he crieth ; the poor also, and him 
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13 He shall spare the poor and needy, 
and shall save the souls of the needy. 

14 He shall redeem their soul from 
deceit and violence : and precious shall 
their blood be in his sight. 

15 And he shall live, and to him shall 
be given of the gold of Sheba : prayer 
also shall be made for him continually ; 
and daily shall he be praised. 

16 There shall be a handful of corn 
in the earth upon the top of the moun- 
tains ; the fruit thereof shall shake like 
Lebanon : and they of the city shall 
flourish like grass of the earth. 

17 His name shall endure for ever: 
his name shall be continued as long as 
the sun : and men shall be blessed in 
him : all nations shall call him blessed. 

18 Blessed be the Lord God, the 
God of Israel, who only doeth wondrous 
things. 

19 And blessed be his glorious name 
for ever : and let the whole earth be filled 
with his glory. Amen, and Amen. 

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Psalm 73 : 1-26 

1 TRULY God is good to Israel, even 
to such as are of a clean heart. 

2 But as for me, my feet were almost 
gone ; my steps had well nigh slipped. 

3 For I was envious at the foolish, 
when I saw the prosperity of the wicked. 

4 For there are no bands in their 
death : but their strength is firm. 

5 They are not in trouble as other 
men ; neither are they plagued like other 
men. 

6 Therefore pride compasseth them 
about as a chain ; violence covereth them 
as a garment. 

7 Their eyes stand out with fatness : 
they have more than heart could wish. 

8 They are corrupt, and speak wickedl y 
concerning oppression : they speak loftily. 



9 They set their mouth against the 
heavens, and their tongue walketh through 
the earth. 

10 Therefore his people return hither : 
and waters of a full cup are wrung out to 
them. 

1 1 And they say, How doth God know? 
and is there knowledge in the Most High ? 

12 Behold, these are the ungodly, who 
prosper in the world ; they increase in 
riches. 

1 3 Verily I have cleansed my heart in 
vain, and washed my hands in innocency. 

14 For all the day long have I been 
plagued, and chastened every morning. 

15 If I say, I will speak thus ; behold, 
I should offend against the generation of 
thy children. 

16 When I thought to know this, it 
was too painful for me ; 

1 7 Until I went into the sanctuary of 
God ; then understood I their end. 

18 Surely thou didst set them in slip- 
pery places : thou castedst them down 
into destruction. 

19 How are they brought into desola- 
tion, as in a moment ! they are utterly 
consumed with terrors. 

20 As a dream when one awaketh ; so, 
O Lord, when thou awakest, thou shalt 
despise their image. 

21 Thus my heart was grieved, and I 
was pricked in my reins. 

22 So foolish was I, and ignorant : I 
was as a beast before thee. 

23 Nevertheless I am continually with 
thee : thou hast holden me by my right 
hand. 

24 Thou shalt guide me with thy coun- 
sel, and afterward receive me to glory. 

25 Whom have I in heaven but thee ? 
and there is none upon earth that I desire 
besides thee. 

26 My flesh and my heart faileth : but 
God is the strength of my heart, and my 
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Psalm 77 

1 I CRIED unto God with my voice, 
even unto God with my voice ; and he 
gave ear unto me. 

2 In the day of my trouble I sought 
the Lord : my sore ran in the night, 
and ceased not : my soul refused to be 
comforted. 

3 I remembered God, and was troub- 
led : I complained, and my spirit was 
overwhelmed. 

4 Thou holdest mine eyes waking : I 
am so troubled that I cannot speak. 

5 I have considered the days of old, 
the years of ancient times. 

6 I call to remembrance my song in 
the night : I commune with mine own 
heart : and my spirit made diligent 
search. 

7 Will the Lord cast off for ever ? 
and will he be favorable no more ? 

8 Is his mercy clean gone for ever ? 
doth his promise fail for evermore ? 

9 Hath God forgotten to be gracious ? 
hath he in anger shut up his tender 
mercies ? 

10 And I said, This is my infirmity : 
but I will remember the years of the 
right hand of the Most High. 

1 1 I will remember the works of the 
Lord : surely I will remember thy won- 
ders of old. 

12 I will meditate also of all thy work, 
and talk of thy doings. 

13 Thy way, O God, is in the sanc- 
tuary: who is so great a God as our God ? 

14 Thou art the God that doest won- 
ders : thou hast declared thy strength 
among the people. 

1 5 Thou hast with thine arm redeemed 
thy people, the sons of Jacob and Joseph. 

l€» The waters saw thee, O God, the 
waters saw thee ; they were afraid : the 
depths also were troubled. 

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17 The clouds poured out water : the 
skies sent out a sound : thine arrows also 
went abroad. 

18 The voice of thy thunder was in 
the heaven : the lightnings lightened the 
world : the earth trembled and shook. 

19 Thy way is in the sea, and thy 
path in the great waters, and thy footsteps 
are not known. 

2© Thou leddest thy people like a flock 
by the hand of Moses and Aaron. 

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Psalm 80 
i GIVE ear, O Shepherd of Israel, 
thou that leadest Joseph like a flock ; 
thou that dwellest between the cherubim, 
shine forth. 

2 Before Ephraim and Benjamin and 
Manasseh stir up thy strength, and come 
and save us. 

3 Turn us again, O God, and cause 
thy face to shine ; and we shall be saved. 

4 O Lord God of hosts, how long wilt 
thou be angry against the prayer of thy 
people ? 

5 Thou feedest them with the bread 
of tears ; and givest them tears to drink 
in great measure. 

6 Thou malcest us a strife unto our 
neighbors: and our enemies laugh among 
themselves. 

7 Turn us again, O God of hosts, and 
cause thy face to shine ; and we shall be 
saved. 

8 Thou hast brought a vine out of 
Egypt : thou hast cast out the heathen, 
and planted it. 

9 Thou preparedst room before it, and 
didst cause it to take deep root, and it 
filled the land. 

10 The hills were covered with the 
shadow of it, and the boughs thereof were 
like the goodly cedars. 

ii She sent out her boughs unto the 
sea, and her branches unto the river. 



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12 Why hast thou then broken down 
her hedges, so that all they which pass 
by the way do pluck her ? 

13 The boar out of the wood doth 
waste it, and the wild beast of the field 
doth devour it. 

14 Return, we beseech thee, O God- 
of hosts : look down from heaven, and 
behold, and visit this vine ; 

15 And the vineyard which thy right 
hand hath planted, and the branch that 
thou madest strong for thyself. 

16 It is burned with fire, it is cut 
down : they perish at the rebuke of thy 
countenance. 

17 Let thy hand be upon the man of 
thy right hand, upon the son of man 
whom thou madest strong for thyself. 

18 So will not we go back from thee : 
quicken us, and we will call upon thy name. 

19 Turn us again, O Lord God of 
hosts, cause thy face to shine ; and we 
shall be saved. 

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Psalm 84 

1 HOW amiable are thy tabernacles, 
O Lord of hosts ! 

2 My soul longeth, yea, even fainteth 
for the courts of the Lord : my heart and 
my flesh crieth out for the living God. 

3 Yea, a sparrow hath found a house, 
and the swallow a nest for herself, where 
she may lay her young, even thine altars, 
O Lord of hosts, my King, and my God. 

4 Blessed are they that dwell in thy 
house : they will be still praising thee. 

5 Blessed is the man whose strength 
is in thee ; in whose heart are the ways 
of them. 

6 - Who passing through the valley of 
Baca make it a well ; the rain also filleth 
the pools. 

7 They go from strength to strength, 
every one of them in Zion appeareth 
before God. 



8 O Lord God of hosts, hear my 
prayer : give ear, O God of Jacob. 

9 Behold, O God our shield, and look 
upon the face of thine anointed. 

10 For a day in thy courts is better 
than a thousand. I had rather be a door- 
keeper in the house of my God, than to 
dwell in the tents of wickedness. 

1 1 For the Lord God is a sun and 
shield : the Lord will give grace and 
glory : no good thing will he withhold 
from them that walk uprightly. 

12 O Lord of hosts, blessed is the 
man that trusteth in thee. 

Psalm 85 

13 LORD, thou hast been favorable 
unto thy land : thou hast brought back 
the captivity of Jacob. 

14 Thou hast forgiven the iniquity of 
thy people; thou hast covered all their sin. 

1 5 Thou hast taken away all thy wrath: 
thou hast turned thyself from the fierce- 
ness of thine anger. 

1 6 Turn us, O God of our salvation, 
and cause thine anger toward us to cease. 

17 Wilt thou be angry with us for 
ever ? wilt thou draw out thine anger to 
all generations ? 

18 Wilt thou not revive us again: that 
thy people may rejoice in thee ? 

19 Show us thy mercy, O Lord, and 
grant us thy salvation. 

20 I will hear what God the Lord will 
speak : for he will speak peace unto his 
people, and to his saints : but let them 
not turn again to folly. 

21 Surely his salvation is nigh them 
that fear him ; that glory may dwell in 
our land. 

22 Mercy and truth are met together ; 
righteousness and peace have kissed each 
other. 

23 Truth shall spring out of the earth; 
and righteousness shall look down from 
heaven. 



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24 Yea, the Lord shall give that 
which is good ; and our land shall yield 
ner increase. 

25 Righteousness shall go before him; 
and shall set us in the way of his steps. 

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Psalm 86 
i BOW down thine ear, O Lord, hear 
me : for I am poor and needy. 

2 Preserve my soul ; for I am holy : 

thou my God, save thy servant that 
trusteth in thee. 

3 Be merciful unto me, O Lord : for 

1 cry unto thee daily. 

4 Rejoice the soul of thy servant : for 
unto thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul. 

5 For thou, Lord, art good, and ready 
to forgive ; and plenteous in mercy unto 
all them that call upon thee. 

6 Give ear, O Lord, unto my prayer; 
and attend to the voice of my supplica- 
tions. 

7 In the day of my trouble I will call 
upon thee : for thou wilt answer me. 

8 Among the gods there is none like 
unto thee, O Lord ; neither are there 
any works like unto thy works. 

9 All nations whom thou hast made 
shall come and worship before thee, O 
Lord ; and shall glorify thy name. 

10 For thou art great, and doest 
wondrous things : thou art God alone. 

ii Teach me thy way, O Lord; I will 
walk in thy truth : unite my heart to fear 
thy name. 

12 I will praise thee, O Lord my God, 
with all my heart : and I will glorify thy 
name for evermore. 

1 3 For great is thy mercy toward me : 
and thou hast delivered my soul from the 
lowest hell. 

14 O God, the proud are risen against 
me, and the assemblies of violent men 
have sought after my soul ; and have not 
set thee before them. 



15 But thou, O Lord, art a God full of 
compassion, and gracious, longsuffering, 
and plenteous in mercy and truth. 

16 O turn unto me, and have mercy 
upon me ; give thy strength unto thy ser- 
vant, and save the son of thine handmaid. 

17 Show me a token for good ; that 
they which hate me may see it, and be 
ashamed: because thou, Lord, hast holpen 
me, and comforted me. 

Psalm 87 

18 HIS foundation is in the holy 
mountains. 

19 The Lord loveth the gates of Zion 
more than all the dwellings of Jacob. 

20 Glorious things are spoken of thee, 
O city of God. 

2 1 I will make mention of Rahab and 
Babylon to them that know me : behold 
Philistia, and Tyre, with Ethiopia ; this 
man was born there. 

22 And of Zion it shall be said, This 
and that man was born in her : and the 
Highest himself shall establish her. 

23 The Lord shall count, when he 
writeth up the people, that this man was 
born there. 

24 As well the singers as the players 
on instruments shall be there : all my 
springs are in thee. 

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Psalm 89 : 1-37 

1 I WILL sing of the mercies of 
the Lord for ever : with my mouth 
will I make known thy faithfulness to 
all generations. 

2 For I have said, Mercy shall be built 
up for ever : thy faithfulness shalt thou 
establish in the very heavens. 

3 I have made a covenant with my 
chosen, I have sworn unto David my 
servant. 

4 Thy seed will I establish for ever, 
and build up thy throne to all generations. 



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5 And the heavens shall praise thy 
wonders, O Lord : thy faithfulness also 
in the congregation of the saints. 

6 For who in the heaven can be com- 
pared unto the Lord ? who among the 
sons of the mighty can be likened unto^ 
the Lord? 

7 God is greatly to be feared in the 
assembly of the saints, and to be had in 
reverence of all them that are about 
him. 

8 O Lord God of hosts, who is a strong 
Lord like unto thee ? or to thy faithful- 
ness round about thee ? 

9 Thou rulest the raging of the sea : 
when the waves thereof arise, thou stillest 
them. 

10 Thou hast broken Rahab in pieces, 
as one that is slain ; thou hast scattered 
thine enemies with thy strong arm. 

1 1 The heavens are thine, the earth 
also is thine : as for the world and the 
fulness thereof, thou hast founded them. 

12 The north and the south thou hast 
created them : Tabor and Hermon shall 
rejoice in thy name. 

1 3 Thou hast a mighty arm : strong is 
thy hand, and high is thy right hand. 

14 Justice and judgment are the hab- 
itation of thy throne : mercy and truth 
shall go before thy face. 

15 Blessed is the people that know the 
joyful sound : they shall walk, O Lord, 
in the light of thy countenance. 

16 In thy name shall they rejoice all 
the day : and in thy righteousness shall 
they be exalted. 

17 For thou art the glory of their 
strength : and in thy favor our horn shall 
be exalted. 

18 For the Lord is our defence ; and 
the Holy One of Israel is our King. 

19 Then thou spakest in vision to thy 
Holy One, and saidst, I have laid help 
upon one that is mighty ; I have exalted 
one chosen out of the people. 



2© I have found David my servant ; 
with my holy oil have I anointed him : 

21 With whom my hand shall be es- 
tablished: mine arm also shall strengthen 
him. 

22 The enemy shall not exact upon 
him ; nor the son of wickedness afflict 
him. 

23 And I will beat down his foes before 
his face, and plague them that hate him. 

24 But my faithfulness and my mercy 
shall be with him : and in my name shall 
his horn be exalted. 

25 I will set his hand also in the sea, 
and his right hand in the rivers. 

26 He shall cry unto me, Thou art 
my Father, my God, and the Rock of 
my salvation. 

27 Also I will make him my firstborn, 
higher than the kings of the earth. 

28 My mercy will I keep for him for 
evermore, and my covenant shall stand 
fast with him. 

29 His seed also will I make to endure 
for ever, and his throne as the days of 
heaven. 

30 If his children forsake my law, and 
walk not in my judgments ; 

31 If they break my statutes, and keep 
not my commandments ; 

32 Then will I visit their transgression 
with the rod, and their iniquity with 
stripes. 

33 Nevertheless my loving-kindness 
will I not utterly take from him, nor 
suffer my faithfulness to fail. 

34 My covenant will I not break, nor 
alter the thing that is gone out of my 
lips. 

35 Once have I sworn by my holiness 
that I will not lie unto David. 

36 His seed shall endure for ever, 
and his throne as the sun before me. 

37 It shall be established for ever as 
the moon, and as a faithful witness in. 
heaven. 



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Psalm 90 

1 LORD, thou hast been our dwelling- 
place in all generations. 

2 Before the mountains were brought 
forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth 
and the world, even from everlasting to 
everlasting, thou art God. 

3 Thou turn est man to destruction ; 
and sayest, Return, ye children of men. 

4 For a thousand years in thy sight 
are but as yesterday when it is past, and 
as a watch in the night. 

5 Thou earnest them away as with a 
flood ; they are as a sleep : in the morn- 
ing they are like grass which groweth up. 

<> In the morning it flourisheth, and 
groweth up ; in the evening it is cut 
down, and withereth. 

7 For we are consumed by thine anger, 
and by thy wrath are we troubled. 

8 Thou hast set our iniquities before 
thee, our secret sins in the light of thy 
countenance. 

9 For all our days are passed away in 
thy wrath : we spend our years as a tale 
that is told. 

10 The days of our years are three- 
score years and ten ; and if by reason of 
strength they be fourscore years, yet is 
their strength labor and sorrow ; for it 
is soon cut off, and we fly away. 

1 1 Who knoweth the power of thine 
anger ? even according to thy fear, so is 
thy wrath. 

12 So teach us to number our days, 
that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. 

1 3 Return, O Lord, how long ? and let 
it repent thee concerning thy servants. 

14 O satisfy us early with thy mercy ; 
that we may rejoice and be glad all our 
days. 

1 5 Make us glad according to the days 
wherein thou hast afflicted us, and the 
years wherein we have seen evil. 



16 Let thy work appear unto thy ser- 
vants, and thy glory unto their children. 

17 And let the beauty of the Lord our 
God be upon us : and establish thou the 
work of our hands upon us ; yea, the 
work of our hands establish thou it. 

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Psalm 91 

1 HE that dwelleth in the secret place 
of the Most High shall abide under the 
shadow of the Almighty. 

2 I will say of the Lord, He is my 
refuge and my fortress : my God ; in him 
will I trust. 

3 Surely he shall deliver thee from the 
snare of the fowler, and from the noisome 
pestilence. 

4 He shall cover thee with his feath- 
ers, and under his wings shalt thou trust : 
his truth shall be thy shield and buckler. 

5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the 
terror by night ; nor for the arrow that 
flieth by day ; 

6 Nor for the pestilence that walketh 
in darkness ; nor for the destruction that 
wasteth at noonday. 

7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, and 
ten thousand at thy right hand ; but it 
shall not come nigh thee. 

8 Only with thine eyes shalt thou be- 
hold and see the reward of the wicked. 

9 Because thou hast made the Lord, 
which is my refuge, even the Most High, 
thy habitation ; 

10 There shall no evil befall thee, 
neither shall any plague come nigh thy 
dwelling. 

1 1 For he shall give his angels charge 
over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. 

12 They shall bear thee up in their 
hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a 
stone. 

13 Thou shalt tread upon the lion and 
adder : the young lion and the dragon 
shalt thou trample under feet. 



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14 Because he hath set his love upon 
me, therefore will I deliver him : I will 
set him on high, because he hath known 
my name. 

15 He shall call upon me, and I will 
answer him : I will be with him in trou- 
ble ; I will deliver him, and honor him. 

16 With long life will I satisfy him, 
and show him my salvation. 

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Psalm 92 

1 IT is a good thing to give thanks 
unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto 
thy name, O Most High : 

2 To show forth thy loving-kindness in 
the morning, and thy faithfulness every 
night, 

3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, 
and upon the psaltery ; upon the harp 
with a solemn sound. 

4 For thou, Lord, hast made me glad 
through thy work : I will triumph in the 
works of thy hands. 

5 O Lord, how great are thy works ! 
and thy thoughts are very deep. 

6 A brutish man knoweth not ; neither 
doth a fool understand this. 

7 When the wicked spring as the grass, 
and when all the workers of iniquity do 
flourish ; it is that they shall be destroyed 
for ever : 

8 But thou, Lord, art most high for 
evermore. 

9 For, lo, thine enemies, O Lord, for, 
lo, thine enemies shall perish ; all the 
workers of iniquity shall be scattered. 

10 But my horn shalt thou exalt like 
the horn of a unicorn : I shall be anointed 
with fresh oil. 

1 1 Mine eye also shall see my desire 
on mine enemies, and mine ears shall 
hear my desire of the wicked that rise 
up against me. 

12 The righteous shall flourish like the 



palm tree : he shall grow like a cedar in 
Lebanon. 

1 3 Those that be planted in the house 
of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of 
our God. 

14 They shall still bring forth fruit in 
old age ; they shall be fat and flourishing ; 

1 5 To show that the Lord is upright : 
he is my rock, and there is no unright- 
eousness in him. 

Psalm 93 

16 THE Lord reigneth, he is clothed 
with majesty ; the Lord is clothed with 
strength, wherewith he hath girded him- 
self : the world also is stablished, that it 
cannot be moved. 

17 Thy throne is established of old: 
thou art from everlasting. 

18 The floods have lifted up, O Lord, 
the floods have lifted up their voice ; the 
floods lift up their waves. 

19 The Lord on high is mightier than 
the noise of many waters, yea, than the 
mighty waves of the sea. 

20 Thy testimonies are very sure : 
holiness becometh thine house, O Lord, 
for ever. 

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Psalm 95 

1 O COME, let us sing unto the 
Lord : let us make a joyful noise to the 
Rock of our salvation. 

2 Let us come before his presence 
with thanksgiving, and make a joyful 
noise unto him with psalms. 

3 For the Lord is a great God, and a 
great King above all gods. 

4 In his hands are the deep places of 
the earth : the strength of the hills is his 
also. 

5 The sea is his, and he made it : and 
his hands formed the dry land. 

6 O come, let us worship and bow 
down : let us kneel before the Lord our 
maker. 



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7 For he is our God ; and we are the 
people of his pasture, and the sheep of 
his hand. To day if ye will hear his 
voice, 

8 Harden not your heart, as in the 
provocation, and as in the day of tempta- 
tion in the wilderness : 

9 When your fathers tempted me, 
proved me, and saw my work. 

10 Forty years long was I grieved with 
this generation, and said, It is a people 
that do err in their heart, and they have 
not known my ways : 

1 1 Unto whom I sware in my wrath 
that they should not enter into my rest. 

Psalm 96 

12 O SIXG unto the Lord a new 
song : sing unto the Lord, all the earth. 

1 3 Sing unto the Lord, bless his name ; 
show forth his salvation from day to 
day. 

14 Declare his glory- among the 
heathen, his wonders among all people. 

1 5 For the Lord is great, and greatly 
to be praised : he is to be feared above 
all gods. 

16 For all the gods of the nations are 
idols : but the Lord made the heavens. 

17 Honor and majesty are before 
him : strength and beauty are in his 
sanctuary. 

18 Give unto the Lord, O ye kindreds 
of the people, give unto the Lord glory 
and strength. 

19 Give unto the Lord the glory due 
unto his name : bring an offering, and 
come into his courts. 

20 O worship the Lord in the beauty 
of holiness : fear before him, all the 
earth. 

21 Say among the heathen that the 
Lord reigneth ; the world also shall be 
established that it shall not be moved: he 
shall judge the people righteously. 

22 Let the heavens rejoice, and let 



the earth be glad ; let the sea roar, and 
the fulness thereof. 

23 Let the field be joyful, and all that 
is therein : then shall all the trees of the 
wood rejoice 

24 Before the Lord : for he cometh, 
for he cometh to judge the earth : he 
shall judge the world with righteousness, 
and the people with his truth. 

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Psalm 97 

1 THE Lord reigneth ; let the earth 
rejoice ; let the multitude of isles be glad 
thereof. 

2 Clouds and darkness are round 
about him : righteousness and judgment 
are the habitation of his throne. 

3 A fire goeth before him, and burn- 
etii up his enemies round about. 

4 His lightnings enlightened the world : 
the earth saw, and trembled. 

5 The hills melted like wax at the 
presence of the Lord, at the presence of 
the Lord of the whole earth. 

6 The heavens declare his righteous- 
ness, and all the people see his glory. 

7 Confounded be all they that serve 
graven images, that boast themselves of 
idols : worship him, all ye gods. 

8 Zion heard, and was glad ; and the 
daughters of Judah rejoiced because of 
thy judgments, O Lord. 

9 For thou, Lord, art high above all 
the earth : thou art exalted far above all 
gods. 

10 Ye that love the Lord, hate evil : 
he preserveth the souls of his saints ; he 
delivereth them out of the hand of the 
wicked. 

1 1 Light is sown for the righteous, and 
gladness for the upright in heart. 

12 Rejoice in the Lord, ye righteous; 
and give thanks at the remembrance of 
his holiness. 

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Psalm 98 

13 O SING unto the Lord a new 
song ; for he hath done marvellous 
things : his right hand, and his holy arm, 
hath gotten him the victory. 

14 The Lord hath made known his 
salvation: his righteousness hath he openly 
showed in the sight of the heathen. 

15 He hath remembered his mercy 
and his truth toward the house of Israel : 
all the ends of the earth have seen the 
salvation of our God. 

16 Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, 
all the earth : make a loud noise, and 
rejoice, and sing praise. 

17 Sing unto the Lord with the harp ; 
with the harp, and the voice of a psalm. 

18 With trumpets and sound of cornet 
make a joyful noise before the Lord, the 
King. 

19 Let the sea roar, and the fulness 
thereof; the world, and they that dwell 
therein. 

20 Let the floods clap their hands : 
let the hills be joyful together 

21 Before the Lord ; for he cometh 
to judge the earth : with righteousness 
shall he judge the world, and the people 
with equity. 

Psalm 99 

22 THE Lord reigneth ; let the peo- 
ple tremble : he sitteth between the 
cherubim ; let the earth be moved. 

23 The Lord is great in Zion ; and he 
is high above all the people. 

24 Let them praise thy great and ter- 
rible name ; for it is holy. 

25 The king's strength also loveth 
judgment ; thou dost establish equity, 
thou executest judgment and righteous- 
ness in Jacob. 

26 Exalt ye the Lord our God, and 
worship at his footstool ; for he is holy. 

27 Moses and Aaron among his priests, 
and Samuel among them that call upon his 



name ; they called upon the Lord, and 
he answered them. 

28 He spake unto them in the cloudy 
pillar : they kept his testimonies, and the 
ordinance that he gave them. 

29 Thou answeredst them, O Lord 
our God : thou wast a God that forgavest 
them, though thou tookest vengeance of 
their inventions. 

30 Exalt the Lord our God, and 
worship at his holy hill ; for the Lord 
our God is holy. 

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Psalm ioo 
i MAKE a joyful noise unto the Lord, 
all ye lands. 

2 Serve the Lord with gladness : come 
before his presence with singing. 

3 Know ye that the Lord he is God : 
it is he that hath made us, and not we 
ourselves ; we are his people, and the 
sheep of his pasture. 

4 Enter into his gates with thanks- 
giving, and into his courts with praise : 
be thankful unto him, and bless his name. 

5 For the Lord is good ; his mercy is 
everlasting ; and his truth endureth to all 
generations. 

Psalm 103 

6 BLESS the Lord, O my soul : and 
all that is within me, bless his holy name. 

7 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and for- 
get not all his benefits : 

8 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities ; 
who healeth all thy diseases ; 

9 Who redeemeth thy life from destruc- 
tion ; who crowneth thee with loving- 
kindness and tender mercies ; 

10 Who satisfieth thy mouth with 
good things ; so that thy youth is renewed 
like the eagle's. 

1 1 The Lord executeth righteousness 
and judgment for all that are oppressed. 

12 He made known his ways unto 
Moses, his acts unto the children of Israel. 



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The Lord is merciful and gracious, 
slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy. 

14 He will not always chide : neither 
will he keep his anger for ever. 

15 He hath not dealt with us after 
our sins ; nor rewarded us according to 
our iniqu:: 

16 For as the heaven is high above 
the earth, so great is his mercy toward 
them that fear him. 

1 - As Bar as the east is from the west, 
so far hath he removed our transgressions 
from us. 

18 Like as a father pitieth his children, 
so the Lord pitieth them that fear him. 

19 For he knoweth our frame ; he 
remembereth that we are dust. 

20 As for man, his days are as grass : 
as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth. 

21 For the wind passeth over it, and 
it is gone ; and the place thereof shall 
know it no more. 

22 But the mercy of the Lord is from 
everlasting to everlasting upon them that 
fear him, and his righteousness unto chil- 
dren's children ; 

23 Tc such as keep his covenant, and 
to those that remember his command- 
ments to do them. 

24 The Lord hath prepared his throne 
in the heavens ; and his kingdom ruleth 
over all. 

25 Bless the Lord, ye his angels, that 
excel in strength, that do his command- 
ments, hearkening unto the voice of his 
word. 

26 Bless ye :he Lord, all ye his hosts ; 
ye ministers of his. that do his pleasure. 

27 Bless the Lord, all his works in all 
places of his dominion : bless the Lord, O 
my soul. 

Selection 3S 

Psalm 104 
1 BLESS the Lord, O my soul. O 
Lord my God, thou art very great ; thou 
art clothed with honor and majes: 



2 Who coverest thyself with light as 
with a garment : who stretchest out the 
heavens like a curtain : 

3 Who layeth the beams of his cham- 
bers in the waters : who maketh the 
clouds his chariot : who walketh upon 
the wings of the wind : 

4 Who maketh his angels spirit 
ministers a flaming rire : 

5 Who laid the foundations of the 
th, that it should not be removed for 

ever. 

6 Thou coveredst it with the deep as 
with a garment : the waters stc :d above 
the mountains. 

- At thy rebuke they rled ; at the voice 
of thy thunder they hasted away. 

8 They go up by the mountains : they 
go down by the valleys unto the place 
which thou hast founded for them. 

9 Thou hast set a bound that they may 
not pass over ; that they turn not again 
to cover the earth. 

10 He sendeth the springs into the 
valleys, which run among the hills. 

1 1 They give drink to every beast of 
the field : the wild asses quench their 
thirst 

12 By them shall the fowls of the 
heaven have their habitation, which sing 
among the branches. 

13 He watereth the hills from his 
chambers : the earth is satisfied with the 
fruit of thy works. 

14 He canseth the grass to grow for 
the cattle, and herb for the service of 
man : that he may bring forth food out 
of the earth ; 

1 5 And wine that maketh glad the 
heart of man, and oil to make his face to 
shine, and bread which strengtheneth 
man's heart. 

16 The trees of the Lord are full of 
sap ; the cedars of Lebanon, which he 
hath planted ; 

17 Where the birds make their nests 



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as for the stork, the fir trees are her 
house. 

18 The high hills are a refuge for the 
wild goats ; and the rocks for the conies. 

19 He appointed the moon for seasons: 
the sun knoweth his going down. 

20 Thou makest darkness, and it is 
night : wherein all the beasts of the 
forest do creep forth. 

21 The young lions roar after their 
prey, and seek their meat from God. 

22 The sun ariseth, they gather them- 
selves together, and lay them down in 
their dens. 

23 Man goeth forth unto his work and 
to his labor until the evening. 

24 O Lord, how manifold are thy 
works ! in wisdom hast thou made them 
all : the earth is full of thy riches. 

25 So is this great and wide sea, where- 
in are things creeping innumerable, both 
small and great beasts. 

26 There go the ships : there is that 
leviathan, whom thou hast made to play 
therein. 

27 These wait all upon thee ; that 
thou mayest give them their meat in due 
season. 

28 That thou givest them they gather : 
thou openest thine hand, they are filled 
with good. 

29 Thou hidest thy face, they are 
troubled : thou takest away their breath, 
they die, and return to their dust. 

30 Thou sendest forth thy spirit, they 
are created : and thou renewest the face 
of the earth. 

31 The glory of the Lord shall endure 
for ever : the Lord shall rejoice in his 
works. 

32 He looketh on the earth, and it 
trembleth : he toucheth the hills, and 
they smoke. 

33 I will sing unto the Lord as long 
as I live : I will sing praise to my God 
while I have my being. 



34 My meditation of him shall be 
sweet : I will be glad in the Lord. 

35 Let the sinners be consumed out 
of the earth, and let the wicked be no 
more. Bless thou the Lord, O my soul. 
Praise ye the Lord. 

Selection 39 

Psalm 107 : 1-22 

1 O GIVE thanks unto the Lord, for 
he is good : for his mercy endureth for 
ever. 

2 Let the redeemed of the Lord say 
so, whom he hath redeemed from the 
hand of the enemy ; 

3 And gathered them out of the lands, 
from the east, and from the west, from 
the north, and from the south. 

4 They wandered in the wilderness in 
a solitary way ; they found no city to 
dwell in. 

5 Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted 
in them. 

6 Then they cried unto the Lord in 
their trouble, and he delivered them out 
of their distresses. 

7 And he led them forth by the right 
way, that they might go to a city of 
habitation. 

8 Oh that men would praise the Lord 
for his goodness, and for his wonderful 
works to the children of men ! 

9 For he satisfieth the longing soul, 
and filleth the hungry soul with goodness. 

10 Such as sit in darkness and in the 
shadow of death, being bound in affliction 
and iron ; 

1 1 Because they rebelled against the 
words of God, and contemned the counsel 
of the Most High : 

12 Therefore he brought down their 
heart with labor ; they fell down, and 
there was none to help. 

13 Then they cried unto the Lord in 
their trouble, and he saved them out of 
their distresses. 



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14 He brought them out of darkness 
and the shadow of death, and brake their 
bands in sunder. 

1 5 Oh that men would praise the Lord 
for his goodness, and for his wonderful 
works to the children of men ! 

16 For he hath broken the gates of 
brass, and cut the bars of iron in sunder. 

17 Fools, because of their transgres- 
sion, and because of their iniquities, are 
afflicted. 

18 Their soul abhorreth all manner of 
meat ; and they draw near unto the gates 
of death. 

19 Then they cry unto the Lord in 
their trouble, and he saveth them out of 
their distresses. 

20 He sent his word, and healed them, 
and delivered them from their destructions. 

2 1 Oh that men would praise the Lord 
for his goodness, and for his wonderful 
works to the children of men ! 

22 And let them sacrifice the sacrifices 
of thanksgiving, and declare his works 
with rejoicing. 

Selection 40 

Psalm 107 : 23-43 

1 THEY that go down to the sea in 
ships, that do business in great waters ; 

2 These see the works of the Lord, 
and his wonders in the deep. 

3 For he commandeth, and raiseth 
the stormy wind, which lifteth up the 
waves thereof. 

4 They mount up to the heaven, they 
go down again to the depths : their soul 
is melted because of trouble. 

5 They reel to and fro, and stagger 
like a drunken man, and are at their 
wit's end. 

6 Then they cry unto the Lord in 
their trouble, and he bringeth them out 
of their distresses. 

7 He maketh the storm a calm, so 
that the waves thereof are still. 



8 Then are they glad because they be 
quiet ; so he bringeth them unto their 
desired haven. 

9 Oh that men would praise the Lord 
for his goodness, and for his wonderful 
works to the children of men ! 

10 Let them exalt him also in the 
congregation of the people, and praise 
him in the assembly of the elders. 

1 1 He turneth rivers into a wilderness, 
and the watersprings into dry ground ; 

12 A fruitful land into barrenness, for 
the wickedness of them that dwell therein. 

13 He turneth the wilderness into a 
standing water, and dry ground into 
watersprings. 

14 And there he maketh the hungry 
to dwell, that they may prepare a city 
for habitation ; 

15 And sow the fields, and plant vine- 
yards, which may yield fruits of increase. 

16 He blesseth them also, so that they 
are multiplied greatly ; and suffereth not 
their cattle to decrease. 

17 Again, they are minished and 
brought low through oppression, afflic- 
tion, and sorrow. 

18 He poureth contempt upon princes, 
and causeth them to wander in the wil- 
derness, where there is no way. 

19 Yet setteth he the poor on high 
from affliction, and maketh him families 
like a flock. 

20 The righteous shall see it, and re- 
joice : and all iniquity shall stop her 
mouth. 

21 Whoso is wise, and will observe 
these things, even they shall understand 
the loving-kindness of the Lord. 

Selection 41 

Psalm no 

i THE Lord said unto my Lord, Sit 
thou at my right hand, until I make thine 
enemies thy footstool. 



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2 The Lord shall send the rod of thy 
strength out of Zion : rule thou in the 
midst of thine enemies. 

3 Thy people shall be willing in the 
day of thy power, in the beauties of 
holiness from the womb of the morning : 
thou hast the dew of thy youth. 

4 The Lord hath sworn, and will not 
repent, Thou art a priest for ever after 
the order of Melchizedek. 

5 The Lord at thy right hand shall 
strike through kings in the day of his 
wrath. 

6 He shall judge among the heathen, 
he shall fill the places with the dead bod- 
ies ; he shall wound the heads over many 
countries. 

7 He shall drink of the brook in the 
way : therefore shall he lift up the head. 

Psalm i i i 

8 PRAISE ye the Lord. I will praise 
the Lord with my whole heart, in the 
assembly of the upright, and in the 
congregation. 

9 The works of the Lord are great, 
sought out of all them that have pleasure 
therein. 

10 His work is honorable and glori- 
ous : and his righteousness endureth for 
ever. 

1 1 He hath made his wonderful works 
to be remembered : the Lord is gracious 
and full of compassion. 

12 He hath given meat unto them 
that fear him : he will ever be mindful 
of his covenant. 

13 He hath showed his people the 
power of his works, that he may give 
them the heritage of the heathen. 

14 The works of his hands are verity 
and judgment ; all his commandments 
are sure. 

1 5 They stand fast for ever and ever, 
and are done in truth and uprightness. 
16 He sent redemption unto his peo- 



ple : he hath commanded his covenant 
for ever : holy and reverend is his name. 

17 The fear of the Lord is the begin- 
ning of wisdom : a good understanding 
have all they that do his commandments: 
his praise endureth for ever. 

Psalm 112 

18 PRAISE ye the Lord. Blessed is 
the man that feareth the Lord, that de- 
lighteth greatly in his commandments. 

19 His seed shall be mighty upon 
earth : the generation of the upright 
shall be blessed. 

20 Wealth and riches shall be in his 
house : and his righteousness endureth 
for ever. 

2 1 Unto the upright there ariseth light 
in the darkness : he is gracious, and full 
of compassion, and righteous. 

22 A good man showeth favor, and 
lendeth : he will guide his affairs with 
discretion. 

23 Surely he shall not be moved for 
ever: the righteous shall be in everlast- 
ing remembrance. 

24 He shall not be afraid of evil tid- 
ings : his heart is fixed, trusting in the 
Lord. 

25 His heart is established, he shall 
not be afraid, until he see his desire 
upon his enemies. 

26 He hath dispersed, he hath given 
to the poor ; his righteousness endureth 
for ever ; his horn shall be exalted with 
honor. 

27 The wicked shall see it, and be 
grieved : he shall gnash with his teeth, 
and melt away ; the desire of the wicked 
shall perish. 

Selection 42 

Psalm 113 : 1-6 
1 PRAISE ye the Lord. Praise, O ye 
servants of the Lord, praise the name of 
the Lord. 



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2 Blessed be the name of the Lord 
from this time forth and for evermore. 

3 From the rising of the sun unto the 
going down of the same the Lord's name 
is to be praised. 

4 The Lord is high above all nations, 
and his glory above the heavens. 

5 Who is like unto the Lord our God, 
who dwelleth on high, 

6 Who humbleth himself to behold 
the things that are in heaven, and in the 
earth ! 

Psalm i i 5 

7 NOT unto us, O Lord, not unto us, 
but unto thy name give glory, for thy 
mercy, and for thy truth's sake. 

8 Wherefore should the heathen say, 
Where is now their God ? 

9 But our God is in the heavens : he 
hath done whatsoever he hath pleased. 

10 Their idols are silver and gold, the 
work of men's hands. 

1 1 They have mouths, but they speak 
not : eyes have they, but they see not : 

12 They have ears, but they hear not : 
noses have they, but they smell not : 

13 They have hands, but they handle 
not : feet have they, but they walk not : 
neither speak they through their throat. 

14 They that make them are like unto 
them : so is every one that trusteth in 
them. 

1 5 O Israel, trust thou in the Lord : 
he is their help and their shield. 

16 O house of Aaron, trust in the 
Lord : he is their help and their shield. 

17 Ye that fear the Lord, trust in the 
Lord : he is their help and their shield. 

18 The Lord hath been mindful of 
us : he will bless us ; he will bless the 
house of Israel ; he will bless the house 
of Aaron. 

19 He will bless them that fear the 
Lord, both small and great. 

20 The Lord shall increase you more 
and more, you and your children. 



21 Ye are blessed of the Lord which 
made heaven and earth. 

22 The heaven, even the heavens, are 
the Lord's : but the earth hath he given 
to the children of men. 

23 The dead praise not the Lord, 
neither any that go down into silence. 

24 But we will bless the Lord from 
this time forth and for evermore. Praise 
the Lord. 

Selection 43 

Psalm 116 
i I LOVE the Lord, because he hath 
heard my voice and my supplications. 

2 Because he hath inclined his ear 
unto me, therefore will I call upon him 
as long as I live. 

3 The sorrows of death compassed me, 
and the pains of hell gat hold upon me : 
I found trouble and sorrow. 

4 Then called I upon the name of the 
Lord ; O Lord, I beseech thee, deliver 
my soul. 

5 Gracious is the Lord, and righteous ; 
yea, our God is merciful. 

6 The Lord preserveth the simple : I 
was brought low, and he helped me. 

7 Return unto thy rest, O my soul ; for 
the Lord hath dealt bountifully with thee. 

8 For thou hast delivered my soul from 
death, mine eyes from tears, and my feet 
from falling. 

9 I will walk before the Lord in the 
land of the living. 

10 I believed, therefore have I spoken : 
I was greatly afflicted : 

1 1 I said in my haste, All men are liars. 

12 What shall I render unto the Lord 
for all his benefits toward me ? 

1 3 I will take the cup of salvation, and 
call upon the name of the Lord. 

14 I will pay my vows unto the Lord 
now in the presence of all his people. 

1 5 Precious in the sight of the Lord 
is the death of his saints. 



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I© O Lord, truly I am thy servant ; I 
am thy servant, and the son of thine 
handmaid : thou hast loosed my bonds. 

17 I will offer to thee the sacrifice of 
thanksgiving, and will call upon the name 
of the Lord. 

18 I will pay my vows unto the Lord 
now in the presence of all his people, 

19 In the courts of the Lord's house, 
in the midst of thee, O Jerusalem. Praise 
ye the Lord. 

Psalm 117 

20 O PRAISE the Lord, all ye na- 
tions : praise him, all ye people. 

21 For his merciful kindness is great 
toward us : and the truth of the Lord 
endureth for ever. Praise ye the Lord. 

Selection 44 

Psalm i i 8 
i O GIVE thanks unto the Lord ; for 
he is good : because his mercy endureth 
for ever. 

2 Let Israel now say, that his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

3 Let the house of Aaron now say, 
that his mercy endureth for ever. 

4 Let them now that fear the Lord say, 
that his mercy endureth for ever. 

5 I called upon the Lord in distress : 
the Lord answered me, and set me in a 
large place. 

6 The Lord is on my side ; I will not 
fear : what can man do unto me ? 

7 The Lord taketh my part with them 
that help me : therefore shall I see my 
desire upon them that hate me. 

8 It is better to trust in the Lord than 
to put confidence in man. 

9 It is better to trust in the Lord than 
to put confidence in princes. 

10 All nations compassed me about : 
but in the name of the Lord will I de- 
stroy them. 

1 1 They compassed me about ; yea, 



they compassed me about : but in the 
name of the Lord I will destroy them. 

12 They compassed me about like 
bees ; they are quenched as the fire of 
thorns : for in the name of the Lord I 
will destroy them. 

13 Thou hast thrust sore at me that I 
might fall : but the Lord helped me. 

14 The Lord is my strength and song, 
and is become my salvation. 

15 The voice of rejoicing and salva- 
tion is in the tabernacles of the righteous : 
the right hand of the Lord doeth val- 
iantly. 

16 The right hand of the Lord is ex- 
alted : the right hand of the Lord doeth 
valiantly. 

1 7 I shall not die, but live, and declare 
the works of the Lord. 

18 The Lord hath chastened me sore : 
but he hath not given me over unto 
death. 

19 Open to me the gates of righteous- 
ness ; I will go into them, and I will 
praise the Lord : 

20 This gate of the Lord, into which 
the righteous shall enter. 

21 I will praise thee : for thou hast 
heard me, and art become my salvation. 

22 The stone which the builders re- 
fused is become the head stone of the 
corner. 

23 This is the Lord' s doing ; it is mar- 
vellous in our eyes. 

24 This is the day which the Lord 
hath made ; we will rejoice and be glad 
in it. 

25 Save now, I beseech thee, O Lord : 
O Lord, I beseech thee, send now pros- 
perity. 

26 Blessed be he that cometh in the 
name of the Lord : we have blessed you 
out of the house of the Lord. 

27 God is the Lord, which hath showed 
us light : bind the sacrifice with cords, 
even unto the horns of the altar. 



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28 Thou art my God, and I will praise 
thee : thou art my God, I will exalt thee. 

29 O give thanks unto the Lord ; for he 
is good : for his mercy endureth for ever. 

Selection 45 

Psalm 119 : 1-24 

1 BLESSED are the undefiled in the 
way, who walk in the law of the Lord. 

2 Blessed are they that keep his testi- 
monies, and that seek him with the whole 
heart. 

3 They also do no iniquity : they walk 
in his ways. 

4 Thou hast commanded us to keep 
thy precepts diligently. 

5 O that my ways were directed to 
keep thy statutes ! 

6 Then shall I not be ashamed, when 
I have respect unto all thy command- 
ments. 

7 I will praise thee with uprightness of 
heart, when I shall have learned thy right- 
eous judgments. 

8 I will keep thy statutes : O forsake 
me not utterly. 

9 Wherewithal shall a young man 
cleanse his way ? by taking heed thereto 
according to thy word. 

10 With my whole heart have I sought 
thee : O let me not wander from thy 
commandments. 

1 1 Thy word have I hid in mine heart, 
that I might not sin against thee. 

12 Blessed art thou, O Lord : teach 
me thy statutes. 

13 With my lips have I declared all 
the judgments of thy mouth. 

J4 I have rejoiced in the way of thy 
testimonies, as much as in all riches. 

15 I will meditate in thy precepts, and 
have respect unto thy ways. 

1 6 I will delight myself in thy statutes : 
I will not forget thy word. 

17 Deal bountifully with thy servant, 
that I may live, and keep thy word. 



18 Open thou mine eyes, that I may 
behold wondrous things out of thy law. 

19 I am a stranger in the earth : hide 
not thy commandments from me. 

2© My soul breaketh for the longing 
that it hath unto thy judgments at all 
times. 

21 Thou hast rebuked the proud that 
are cursed, which do err from thy com- 
mandments. 

22 Remove from me reproach and con- 
tempt ; for I have kept thy testimonies. 

23 Princes also did sit and speak 
against me : but thy servant did meditate 
in thy statutes. 

24 Thy testimonies also are my delight, 
and my counsellors. 

Selection 46 

Psalm 119 : 33-48, 89-96 

1 TEACH me, O Lord, the way of 
thy statutes ; and I shall keep it unto 
the end. 

2 Give me understanding, and I shall 
keep thy law ; yea, I shall observe it with 
my whole heart. 

3 Make me to go in the path of thy 
commandments ; for therein do I delight. 

4 Incline my heart unto thy testi- 
monies, and not to covetousness. 

5 Turn away mine eyes from behold- 
ing vanity ; and quicken thou me in thy 
way. 

6 Stablish thy word unto thy servant, 
who is devoted to thy fear. 

7 Turn away my reproach which I 
fear : for thy judgments are good. 

8 Behold, I have longed after thy 
precepts : quicken me in thy righteous- 
ness. 

9 Let thy mercies come also unto me, 
O Lord, even thy salvation, according to 
thy word. 

10 So shall I have wherewith to answer 
him that reproacheth me : for I trust in 
thy word. 

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1 1 And take not the word of truth 
utterly out of my mouth ; for I have 
hoped in thy judgments. 

12 So shall I keep thy law continually 
for ever and ever. 

13 And I will walk at liberty : for I 
seek thy precepts. 

14 I will speak of thy testimonies also 
before kings, and will not be ashamed. 

15 And I will delight myself in thy 
commandments, which I have loved. 

16 My hands also will I lift up unto 
thy commandments, which I have loved ; 
and I will meditate in thy statutes. 

17 For ever, O Lord, thy word is 
settled in heaven. 

18 Thy faithfulness is unto all genera- 
tions : thou hast established the earth, 
and it abideth. 

19 They continue this day according 
to thine ordinances : for all are thy ser- 
vants. 

20 Unless thy law had been my de- 
lights, I should then have perished in 
mine affliction. 

21 I will never forget thy precepts : 
for with them thou hast quickened me. 

22 I am thine, save me ; for I have 
sought thy precepts. 

23 The wicked have waited for me to 
destroy me : but I will consider thy testi- 
monies. 

24 I have seen an end of all perfec- 
tion : but thy commandment is exceeding 
broad. 

Selection 47 

Psalm i 19 : 97-120 

1 O HOW love I thy law ! it is my 
meditation all the day. 

2 Thou through thy commandments 
hast made me wiser than mine enemies : 
for they are ever with me. 

3 I have more understanding than all 
my teachers : for thy testimonies are my 
meditation. 



4 I understand more than the ancients, 
because I keep thy precepts. 

5 I have refrained my feet from every 
evil way, that I might keep thy word. 

6 I have not departed from thy judg- 
ments : for thou hast taught me. 

7 How sweet are thy words unto my 
taste ! yea, sweeter than honey to my 
mouth. 

8 Through thy precepts I get under- 
standing: therefore I hate every false way. 

9 Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, 
and a light unto my path. 

10 I have sworn, and I will perform it, 
that I will keep thy righteous judgments. 

1 1 I am afflicted very much : quicken 
me, O Lord, according unto thy word. 

12 Accept, I beseech thee, the free- 
will offerings of my mouth, O Lord, and 
teach me thy judgments. 

13 My soul is continually in my hand : 
yet do I not forget thy law. 

14 The wicked have laid a snare for 
me : yet I erred not from thy precepts. 

15 Thy testimonies have I taken as 
a heritage for ever : for they are the 
rejoicing of my heart. 

16 I have inclined mine heart to per- 
form thy statutes always, even unto the 
end. 

1 7 I hate vain thoughts : but thy law 
do I love. 

18 Thou art my hiding place and my 
shield : I hope in thy word. 

19 Depart from me, ye evil doers : for 
I will keep the commandments of my God. 

20 Uphold me according unto thy 
word, that I may live : and let me not 
be ashamed of my hope. 

21 Hold thou me up, and I shall be 
safe : and I will have respect unto thy 
statutes continually. 

22 Thou hast trodden down all them 
that err from thy statutes : for their deceit 
is falsehood. 

23 Thou puttest away all the wicked 
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of the earth like dross : therefore I love 
thy testimonies. 

24 My flesh trembleth for fear of thee; 
and I am afraid of thy judgments. 

Selection 48 

Psalm 121 

1 I WILL lift up mine eyes unto the 
hills, from whence cometh my help. 

2 My help cometh from the Lord, 
which made heaven and earth. 

3 He will not suffer thy foot to be 
moved : he that keepeth thee will not 
slumber. 

4 Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall 
neither slumber nor sleep. 

5 The Lord is thy keeper : the Lord 
is thy shade upon thy right hand. 

6 The sun shall not smite thee by day, 
nor the moon by night. 

7 The Lord shall preserve thee from 
all evil : he shall preserve thy soul. 

8 The Lord shall preserve thy going 
out and thy coming in from this time 
forth, and even for evermore. 

Psalm 122 

9 I WAS glad when they said unto 
me, Let us go into the house of the Lord. 

10 Our feet shall stand within thy 
gates, O Jerusalem. 

1 1 Jerusalem is builded as a city that 
is compact together : 

12 Whither the tribes go up, the tribes 
of the Lord, unto the testimony of Israel, 
to give thanks unto the name of the 
Lord. 

13 For there are set thrones of judg- 
ment, the thrones of the house of David. 

14 Pray for the peace of Jerusalem : 
they shall prosper that love thee. 

1 5 Peace be within thy walls, and 
prosperity within thy palaces. 

16 For my brethren and companions' 
sakes, I will now say, Peace be within 
thee. 

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17 Because of the house of the Lord 
our God I will seek thy good. 

Psalm 123 

18 LTNTO thee lift I up mine eyes, 
O thou that dwellest in the heavens. 

19 Behold, as the eyes of servants 
look unto the hand of their masters, and 
as the eyes of a maiden unto the hand 
of her mistress ; so our eyes wait upon 
the Lord our God, until that he have 
mercy upon us. 

20 Have mercy upon us, O Lord, 
have mercy upon us : for we are exceed- 
ingly filled with contempt. 

21 Our soul is exceedingly filled with 
the scorning of those that are at ease, 
and with the contempt of the proud. 

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Psalm i 24 

1 IF it had not been the Lord who 
was on our side, now may Israel say ; 

2 If it had not been the Lord who 
was on our side, when men rose up 
against us : 

3 Then they had swallowed us up quick, 
when their wrath was kindled against us : 

4 Then the waters had overwhelmed 
us. the stream had gone over our soul : 

5 Then the proud waters had gone 
over our soul. 

6 Blessed be the Lord, who hath not 
given us as a prey to their teeth. 

7 Our soul is escaped as a bird out of 
the snare of the fowlers : the snare is 
broken, and we are escaped. 

8 Our help is in the name of the Lord, 
who made heaven and earth. 

Psalm 125 

9 THEY that trust in the Lord shall 
be as mount Zion, which cannot be re- 
moved, but abideth for ever. 

10 As the mountains are round about 
Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about his 
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1 1 F'or the rod of the wicked shall not 
rest upon the lot of the righteous ; lest 
the righteous put forth their hands unto 
iniquity. 

12 Do good, O Lord, unto those that 
be good, and to them that are upright in 
their hearts. 

13 As for such as turn aside unto their 
crooked ways, the Lord shall lead them 
forth with the workers of iniquity : but 
peace shall be upon Israel. 

Psalm 126 

14 WHEN the Lord turned again the 
captivity of Zion, we were like them that 
dream. 

15 Then was our mouth filled with 
laughter, and our tongue with singing : 
then said they among the heathen, The 
Lord hath done great things for them. 

16 The Lord hath done great things 
for us ; whereof we are glad. 

17 Turn again our captivity, O Lord, 
as the streams in the south. 

18 They that sow in tears shall reap 
in joy. 

19 He that goeth forth and weepeth, 
bearing precious seed, shall doubtless 
come again with rejoicing, bringing his 
sheaves with him. 

Psalm 127 
2© EXCEPT the Lord build the 
house, they labor in vain that build it : 
except the Lord keep the city, the 
watchman waketh but in vain. 

21 It is vain for you to rise up early, 
to sit up late, to eat the bread of sorrows: 
for so he giveth his beloved sleep. 

22 Lo, children are a heritage of the 
Lord : and the fruit of the womb is his 
reward. 

23 As arrows are in the hand of a 
mighty man ; so are children of the 
youth. 

24 Happy is the man that hath his 



quiver full of them : they shall not be 
ashamed, but they shall speak with the 
enemies in the gate. 

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Psalm 130 

1 OUT of the depths have I cried 
unto thee, O Lord. 

2 Lord, hear my voice : let thine ears 
be attentive to the voice of my supplica- 
tions. 

3 If thou, Lord, shouldest mark ini- 
quities, O Lord, who shall stand ? 

4 But there is forgiveness with thee, 
that thou mayest be feared. 

5 I wait for the Lord, my soul doth 
wait, and in his word do I hope. 

6 My soul waiteth for the Lord more 
than they that watch for the morning : I 
say, more than they that watch for the 
morning. 

7 Let Israel hope in the Lord : for 
with the Lord there is mercy, and with 
him is plenteous redemption. 

8 And he shall redeem Israel from all 
his iniquities. 

Psalm 131 

9 LORD, my heart is not haughty, nor 
mine eyes lofty : neither do I exercise 
myself in great matters, or in things too 
high for me. 

10 Surely I have behaved and quieted 
myself, as a child that is weaned of his 
mother : my soul is even as a weaned 
child. 

1 1 Let Israel hope in the Lord from 
henceforth and for ever. 

Psalm 132 

12 LORD, remember David, and all 
his afflictions : 

13 How he sware unto the Lord, and 
vowed unto the mighty God of Jacob ; 

14 Surely I will not come into the 
tabernacle of my house, nor go up into 
my bed ; 



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15 I will not give sleep to mine eyes, 
or slumber to mine eyelids, 

16 Until I find out a place for the 
Lord, a habitation for the mighty God of 
Jacob. 

1 7 Lo, we heard of it at Ephratah : we 
found it in the fields of the wood. 

18 We will go into his tabernacles: we 
will worship at his footstool. 

19 Arise, O Lord, into thy rest ; thou, 
and the ark of thy strength. 

20 Let thy priests be clothed with 
righteousness : and let thy saints shout for 
joy. 

21 For thy servant David's sake turn 
not away the face of thine anointed. 

22 The Lord hath sworn in truth unto 
David ; he will not turn from it ; Of the 
fruit of thy body will I set upon thy 
throne. 

23 If thy children will keep my cove- 
nant and my testimony that I shall teach 
them, their children shall also sit upon thy 
throne for evermore. 

24 For the Lord hath chosen Zion ; he 
hath desired it for his habitation. 

25 This is my rest for ever : here will 
I dwell ; for I have desired it. 

26 I will abundantly bless her provi- 
sion : I will satisfy her poor with bread. 

27 I will also clothe her priests with 
salvation : and her saints shall shout aloud 
for joy. 

28 There will I make the horn of Da- 
vid to bud : I have ordained a lamp for 
mine anointed. 

29 His enemies will I clothe with 
shame : but upon himself shall his crown 
flourish. 

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Psalm 133 

1 BEHOLD, how good and how pleas- 
ant it is for brethren to dwell together in 
unity ! 

2 It is like the precious ointment upon 



the head, that ran down upon the beard, 
even Aaron's beard: that went down to 
the skirts of his garments ; 

3 As the dew of Hermon, and as the 
dew that descended upon the mountains 
of Zion : for there the Lord commanded 
the blessing, even life for evermore. 

Psalm 134 

4 BEHOLD, bless ye the Lord, all ye 
servants of the Lord, which by night 
stand in the house of the Lord. 

5 Lift up your hands in the sanctuary, 
and bless the Lord. 

6 The Lord that made heaven and 
earth bless thee out of Zion. 

Psalm 135 

7 PRAISE ye the Lord. Praise ye 
the name of the Lord ; praise him, O ye 
servants of the Lord. 

8 Ye that stand in the house of the 
Lord, in the courts of the house of our 
God, 

9 Praise the Lord ; for the Lord is 
good : sing praises unto his name ; for it 
is pleasant. 

10 For the Lord hath chosen Jacob 
unto himself, and Israel for his peculiar 
treasure. 

1 1 For I know that the Lord is great, 
and that our Lord is above all gods. 

12 Whatsoever the Lord pleased, that 
did he in heaven, and in earth, in the 
seas, and all deep places. 

13 He causeth the vapors to ascend 
from the ends of the earth ; he maketh 
lightnings for the rain ; he bringeth the 
wind out of his treasuries. 

14 Who smote the firstborn of Egypt, 
both of man and beast. 

1 5 Who sent tokens and wonders into 
the midst of thee, O Egypt, upon Pharaoh, 
and upon all his servants. 

l€> Who smote great nations, and slew 
mighty kings ; 



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1 7 Sihon king of the Amorites, and Og 
king of Bashan, and all the kingdoms of 
Canaan : 

1 8 And gave their land for a heritage, 
a heritage unto Israel his people. 

19 Thy name, O Lord, endureth for 
ever ; and thy memorial, O Lord, through- 
out all generations. 

20 For the Lord will judge his people, 
and he will repent himself concerning his 
servants. 

21 The idols of the heathen are silver 
and gold, the work of men's hands. 

22 They have mouths, but they speak 
not ; eyes have they, but they see not ; 

23 They have ears, but they hear not ; 
neither is there any breath in their mouths. 

24 They that make them are like unto 
them : so is even- one that trusteth in 
them. 

25 Bless the Lord, O house of Israel : 
bless the Lord, O house of Aaron : 

26 Bless the Lord, O house of Levi : 
ye that fear the Lord, bless the Lord. 

27 Blessed be the Lord out of Zion, 
which dwelleth at Jerusalem. Praise ye 
the Lord. 

Sekrtton 52 

Psalm 136 : 1-9, 23-26 

1 O GIVE thanks unto the Lord ; 
for he is good : for his mercy endureth 
for ever. 

2 O give thanks unto the God of gods : 
for his mercy endureth for ever. 

3 O give thanks to the Lord of lords : 
for his mercy endureth for ever. 

4 To him who alone doeth great won- 
ders : for his mercy endureth for ever. 

5 To him that by wisdom made the 
heavens : for his mercy endureth for 
ever. 

6 To him that stretched out the earth 
above the waters : for his mercy endureth 
for ever. 



7 To him that made great lights : for 
his mercy endureth for ever : 

8 The sun to rule by day : for his 
mercy endureth for ever : 

9 The moon and stars to rule by night : 
for his mercy endureth for ever. 

10 Who remembered us in our low 
estate : for his mercy endureth for ever : 

1 1 And hath redeemed us from our 
enemies : for his mercy endureth for ever. 

12 Who giveth food to all flesh : for 
his mercy endureth for ever. 

13 O give thanks unto the God of 
heaven : for his mercy endureth for ever. 

Psalm 137 : 1-6 

14 BY the rivers of Babylon, there we 
sat down, yea, we wept, when we remem- 
bered Zion. 

1 5 We hanged our harps upon the 
willows in the midst thereof. 

16 For there they that carried us away 
captive required of us a song ; and they 
that wasted us required of us mirth, say- 
ing, Sing us one of the songs of Zion. 

17 How shall we sing the Lord's song 
in a strange land ? 

18 If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let 
my right hand forget her cunning. 

19 If I do not remember thee, let my 
tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth ; 
if I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief 
joy. 

Psalm 138 

20 I WILL praise thee with my whole 
heart : before the gods will I sing praise 
unto thee. 

21 I will worship toward thy holy 
temple, and praise thy name for thy lov- 
ing-kindness and for thy truth : for thou 
hast magnified thy word above all thy 
name. 

22 In the day when I cried thou 
answeredst me, and strengthenedst me 
with strength in my soul. 

23 All the kings of the earth shall 



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praise thee, O Lord, when they hear the 
words of thy mouth. 

24 Yea, they shall sing in the ways of 
the Lord : for great is the glory of the 
Lord. 

25 Though the Lord be high, yet hath 
he respect unto the lowly : but the proud 
he knoweth afar off. 

26 Though I walk in the midst of 
trouble, thou wilt revive me : thou shalt 
stretch forth thine hand against the wrath 
of mine enemies, and thy right hand shall 
save me. 

27 The Lord will perfect that which 
concerneth me : thy mercy, O Lord, en- 
dureth for ever : forsake not the works of 
thine own hands. 

Srlrcttcm 53 

Psalm 139 : 1-12, 14-24 

1 O LORD, thou hast searched me, 
and known me. 

2 Thou knowest my downsitting and 
mine uprising ; thou understandest my 
thought afar off. 

3 Thou compassest my path and my 
lying down, and art acquainted with all 
my ways. 

4 For there is not a word in my tongue, 
but, lo, O Lord, thou knowest it alto- 
gether. 

5 Thou hast beset me behind and 
before, and laid thine hand upon me. 

6 Such knowledge is too wonderful for 
me ; it is high, I cannot attain unto it. 

7 Whither shall I go from thy Spirit ? 
or whither shall I flee from thy presence ? 

8 If I ascend up into heaven, thou art 
there : if I make my bed in hell, behold, 
thou art there. 

9 If I take the wings of the morning, 
and dwell in the uttermost parts of the 
sea ; 

10 Even there shall thy hand lead me, 
and thy right hand shall hold me. 

11 If I sav, Surelv the darkness shall 



cover me ; even the night shall be light 
about me. 

12 Yea, the darkness hideth not from 
thee ; but the night shineth as the day : 
the darkness and the light are both alike 
to thee. 

13 I will praise thee ; for I am fear- 
fully and wonderfully made : marvellous 
are thy works ; and that my soul knoweth 
right well. 

14 My substance was not hid from 
thee, when I was made in secret, and 
curiously wrought in the lowest parts of 
the earth. 

1 5 Thine eyes did see my substance, 
yet being unperfect ; and in thy book all 
my members were written, which in con- 
tinuance were fashioned, when as yet 
there was none of them. 

16 How precious also are thy thoughts 
unto me, O God '. how great is the sum 
of them ! 

17 If I should count them, they are 
more in number than the sand : when I 
awake, I am still with thee. 

18 Surely thou wilt slay the wicked, 
O God : depart from me therefore, ye 
bloody men. 

19 For they speak against thee wick- 
edly, and thine enemies take thy name in 
vain. 

20 Do not I hate them, O Lord, that 
hate thee ? and am not I grieved with 
those that rise up against thee ? 

2 1 I hate them with perfect hatred : I 
count them mine enemies. 

22 Search me, O God, and know my 
heart : try me, and know my thoughts : 

23 And see if there be any wicked way 
in me, and lead me in the way everlasting. 

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Psalm 141 : 1-3 
1 LORD, I cry unto thee : make haste 
unto me ; give ear unto my voice, when I 
crv unto thee. 



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2 Let my prayer be set forth before 1 5 I remember the days of old ; I 



thee as incense ; and the lifting up of my 
hands as the evening sacrifice. 

3 Set a watch, O Lord, before my 
mouth ; keep the door of my lips. 

Psalm 142 

4 I CRIED unto the Lord with my 
voice ; with my voice unto the Lord did 
I make my supplication. 

5 I poured out my complaint before 
him ; I showed before him my trouble. 

6 When my spirit was overwhelmed 
within me, then thou knewest my path. 
In the way wherein I walked have they 
privily laid a snare for me. 

7 I looked on my right hand, and 
beheld, but there was no man that would 
know me : refuge failed me ; no man 
cared for my soul. 

8 I cried unto thee, O Lord : I said, 
Thou art my refuge and my portion in the 
land of the living. 

9 Attend unto my cry ; for I am brought 
very low : deliver me from my persecutors; 
for they are stronger than I. 

10 Bring my soul out of prison, that I 
may praise thy name : the righteous shall 
compass me about ; for thou shalt deal 
bountifully with me. 

Psalm 143 : 1-11 

1 1 HEAR my prayer, O Lord, give 
2ar to my supplications : in thy faithful- 
ness answer me, and in thy righteousness. 

12 And enter not into judgment with 
thy servant : for in thy sight shall no man 
living be justified. 

1 3 For the enemy hath persecuted my 
soul ; he hath smitten my life down to 
the ground ; he hath made me to dwell 
in darkness, as those that have been long 
dead. 

14 Therefore is my spirit overwhelmed 
within me ; my heart within me is deso- 
late. 



meditate on all thy works ; I muse on 
the work of thy hands. 

16 I stretch forth my hands unto thee : 
my soul thirsteth after thee, as a thirsty 
land. 

17 Hear me speedily, O Lord; my 
spirit faileth : hide not thy face from me, 
lest I be like unto them that go down 
into the pit. 

18 Cause me to hear thy loving-kind- 
ness in the morning ; for in thee do I 
trust : cause me to know the way wherein 
I should walk ; for I lift up my soul unto 
thee. 

19 Deliver me, O Lord, from mine 
enemies : I flee unto thee to hide me. 

20 Teach me to do thy will ; for thou 
art my God : thy Spirit is good ; lead me 
into the land of uprightness. 

21 Quicken me, O Lord, for thy 
name's sake : for thy righteousness' sake 
bring my soul out of trouble. 

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Psalm 144 

1 B LESSED be the Lord my strength, 
which teacheth my hands to war, and my 
fingers to fight : 

2 My goodness, and my fortress ; my 
high tower, and my deliverer ; my shield, 
and he in whom I trust ; who subdueth 
my people under me. 

3 Lord, what is man, that thou takest 
knowledge of him ! or the son of man, 
that thou makest account of him ! 

4 Man is like to vanity : his days are 
as a shadow that passeth away. 

5 Bow thy heavens, O Lord, and come 
down : touch the mountains, and they 
shall smoke. 

6 Cast forth lightning, and scatter 
them : shoot out thine arrows, and de- 
stroy them. 

7 Send thine hand from above ; rid 



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me, and deliver me out of great waters, 
from the hand of strange children ; 

8 Whose mouth speaketh vanity, and 
their right hand is a right hand of false- 
hood. 

9 I will sing a new song unto thee, O 
God : upon a psaltery and an instrument 
of ten strings will I sing praises unto thee. 

10 It is he that giveth salvation unto 
kings : who delivereth David his servant 
from the hurtful sword. 

1 1 Rid me, and deliver me from the 
hand of strange children, whose mouth 
speaketh vanity, and their right hand is 
a right hand of falsehood : 

12 That our sons may be as plants 
grown up in their youth ; that our daugh- 
ters may be as corner stones, polished 
after the similitude of a palace : 

13 That our garners may be full, 
affording all manner of store ; that our 
sheep may bring forth thousands and ten 
thousands in our streets : 

14 That our oxen may be strong to 
labor ; that there be no breaking in, nor 
going out ; that there be no complaining 
in our streets. 

15 Happy is that people, that is in 
such a case : yea, happy is that people, 
whose God is the Lord. 

Psalm 146 

16 PRAISE ye the Lord. Praise the 
Lord, O my soul. 

17 While I live will I praise the Lord : 
I will sing praises unto my God while I 
have any being. 

18 Put not your trust in princes, nor 
in the son of man, in whom there is no 
help. 

19 His breath goeth forth, he return- 
eth to his earth ; in that very day his 
thoughts perish. 

20 Happy is he that hath the God of 
Jacob for his help, whose hope is in the 
Lord his God : 



21 Which made heaven, and earth, 
the sea, and all that therein is : which 
keepeth truth for ever : 

22 Which executeth judgment for the 
oppressed : which giveth food to the hun- 
gry. The Lord looseth the prisoners : 

23 The Lord openeth the eyes of the 
blind : the Lord raiseth them that are 
bowed down : the Lord loveth the right- 
eous : 

24 The Lord preserveth the strangers ; 
he relieveth the fatherless and widow : 
but the way of the wicked he turneth 
upside down. 

25 The Lord shall reign for ever, even 
thy God, O Zion, unto all generations. 
Praise ye the Lord. 

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Psalm 145 

1 I WILL extol thee, my God, O 
King ; and I will bless thy name for 
ever and ever. 

2 Even,- day will I bless thee ; and I 
will praise thy name for ever and ever. 

3 Great is the Lord, and greatly to 
be praised ; and his greatness is un- 
searchable. 

4 One generation shall praise thy 
works to another, and shall declare thy 
mighty acts. 

5 I will speak of the glorious honor 
of thy majesty, and of thy wondrous 
works. 

6 And men shall speak of the might 
of thy terrible acts : and I will declare 
thy greatness. 

7 They shall abundantly utter the 
memory of thy great goodness, and shall 
sing of thy righteousness. 

8 The Lord is gracious, and full of 
compassion ; slow to anger, and of great 
mercy. 

9 The Lord is good to all : and his 
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10 All thy works shall praise thee, 
Lord ; and thy saints shall bless 
thee. 

1 1 They shall speak of the glory of 
thy kingdom, and talk of thy power ; 

12 To make known to the sons of 
men his mighty acts, and the glorious 
majesty of his kingdom. 

13 Thy kingdom is an everlasting 
kingdom, and thy dominion endureth 
throughout all generations. 

14 The Lord upholdeth all that fall, 
and raiseth up all those that be bowed 
down. 

1 5 The eyes of all wait upon thee ; 
and thou givest them their meat in due 
season. 

16 Thou openest thine hand, and 
satisfiest the desire of every living thing. 

17 The Lord is righteous in all his 
ways, and holy in all his works. 

18 The Lord is nigh unto all them 
that call upon him, to all that call upon 
him in truth. 

19 He will fulfil the desire of them 
that fear him : he also will hear their cry, 
and will save them. 

20 The Lord preserveth all them 
that love him : but all the wicked will he 
destroy. 

21 My mouth shall speak the praise 
of the Lord : and let all flesh bless his 
holy name for ever and ever. 



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Psalm 147 

1 PRAISE ye the Lord : for it is 
good to sing praises unto our God ; for 
it is pleasant ; and praise is comely. 

2 The Lord doth build up Jerusalem : 
he gathereth together the outcasts of 
Israel. 

3 He healeth the broken in heart, and 
bindeth up their wounds. 



4 He telleth the number of the stars ; 
he calleth them all by their names. 

5 Great is our Lord, and of great 
power : his understanding is infinite. 

6 The Lord lifteth up the meek : he 
casteth the wicked down to the ground. 

7 Sing unto the Lord with thanks- 
giving ; sing praise upon the harp unto 
our God : 

8 Who covereth the heaven with 
clouds, who prepareth rain for the earth, 
who maketh grass to grow upon the 
mountains. 

9 He giveth to the beast his food, and 
to the young ravens which cry. 

10 He delighteth not in the strength 
of the horse : he taketh not pleasure in 
the legs of a man. 

1 1 The Lord taketh pleasure in them 
that fear him, in those that hope in his 
mercy. 

12 Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem ; 
praise thy God, O Zion. 

1 3 For he hath strengthened the bars 
of thy gates ; he hath blessed thy chil- 
dren within thee. 

14 He maketh peace in thy borders, 
and filleth thee with the finest of the 
wheat. 

15 He sendeth forth his command- 
ment upon earth : his word runneth very 
swiftly. 

16 He giveth snow like wool : he 
scattereth the hoar frost like ashes. 

1 7 He casteth forth his ice like mor- 
sels : who can stand before his cold ? 

18 He sendeth out his word, and melt- 
eth them : he causeth his wind to blow, 
and the waters flow. 

19 He showeth his word unto Jacob, 
his statutes and his judgments unto Is- 
rael. 

20 He hath not dealt so with any 
nation : and as for his judgments, they 
have not known them. Praise ye the 
Lord. 



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.Selection 58 

Psalm 148 

1 PRAISE ye the Lord. Praise ye 
the Lord from the heavens : praise him 
in the heights. 

2 Praise ye him, all his angels : praise 
ye him, all his hosts. 

3 Praise ye him, sun and moon : praise 
him, all ye stars of light. 

4 Praise him, ye heavens of heavens, 
and ye waters that be above the heavens. 

5 Let them praise the name of the 
Lord : for he commanded, and they were 
created. 

6 He hath also stablished them for 
ever and ever : he hath made a decree 
which shall not pass. 

7 Praise the Lord from the earth, ye 
dragons, and all deeps : 

8 Fire, and hail ; snow, and vapor ; 
stormy wind fulfilling his word : 

9 Mountains, and all hills ; fruitful 
trees, and all cedars : 

10 Beasts, and all cattle ; creeping 
things, and flying fowl : 

1 1 Kings of the earth, and all people ; 
princes, and all judges of the earth : 

12 Both young men, and maidens ; 
old men, and children : 

13 Let them praise the name of the 
Lord : for his name alone is excellent ; 
his glory is above the earth and heaven. 

14 He also exalteth the horn of his 
people, the praise of all his saints ; even 
of the children of Israel, a people near 
unto him. Praise ye the Lord. 

Psalm i 49 

1 5 PRAISE ye the Lord. Sing unto 
the Lord a new song, and his praise in 
the congregation of saints. 



16 Let Israel rejoice in him that made 
him : let the children of Zion be joyful in 
their King. 

17 Let them praise his name in the 
dance : let them sing praises unto him 
with the timbrel and harp. 

18 For the Lord taketh pleasure in 
his people : he will beautify the meek with 
salvation. 

19 Let the saints be joyful in glory : 
let them sing aloud upon their beds. 

20 Let the high praises of God be in 
their mouth, and a twoedged sword in 
their hand ; 

21 To execute vengeance upon the 
heathen, and punishments upon the peo- 
ple ; 

22 To bind their kings with chains, 
and their nobles with fetters of iron ; 

23 To execute upon them the judg- 
ment written : this honor have all his 
saints. Praise ye the Lord. 

Psalm 150 

24 PRAISE ye the Lord. Praise God 
in his sanctuary : praise him in the firma- 
ment of his power. 

25 Praise him for his mighty acts: 
praise him according to his excellent 
greatness. 

26 Praise him with the sound of the 
trumpet : praise him with the psaltery and 
harp. 

27 Praise him with the timbrel and 
dance : praise him with stringed instru- 
ments and organs. 

28 Praise him upon the loud cym- 
bals : praise him upon the high sounding 
cymbals. 

29 Let everything that hath breath 
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